Transmission Repair

The transmission of a car is basically exactly what it’s named after. The transmission “transmits” power from the engine to the wheels. Without your transmission, your car is no more powerful than Fred Flintstone’s ride. If you live in St. Paul, MN and you think your transmission is in need of repair, come see the professionals at St. Paul Automotive.

What is Your Transmission?

Transmission systems are quite fascinating, if you are asking a car mechanic guru. A transmission has the capacity to convert mechanical energy and make a car actually go! Not only does it produce forced energy, it makes drivers capable of controlling the force. Through the transmission, we can start our cars, press our foot to the pedal, allow the gas to flow through the engine and signal the wheels to turn, all with one flick of the foot. The transmission is much like the heart of a human. It’s a power source. It’s a necessity.

Signs of a Failing Transmission

It’s important to know when to bring your vehicle to us. In the event that your vehicle is leaking fluid, grinding or shaking, your engine light comes on, you are having trouble shifting gears, you smell something burning or you are having a nosy sound even in neutral, it may be your transmission. None of these signs and symptoms are normal parts of driving. When this happens, it’s important to get to us right away. These are all serious warning signs that your transmission may need to be repaired.

Transmission Repair Experts

Our ASE-certified technicians are more than capable of handling your transmission repairs. With over 35 years of service in St. Paul, MN, we have got the experience that no other repair shop has. Using state-of-the-art repair technology and expert training, we can repair your transmission and get you back on the road in no time at all. We handle driveshafts, axles, joints, differentials, wheels, etc. You name it, we can fix it. We will service all types of drivelines (two-wheel, four-wheel, and all-wheel drive). We also recommend changing your transmission fluid and filter every 2 to 3 years on a car or even every 24,000-36,000 miles. Obviously sooner if you notice low fluid levels, discoloration, or that burning smell coming from your car.

Your transmission is like the heart of your car. At the end of the day, it makes your wheels go round. You need it! So, if you live in St. Paul, MN and you are in search of a transmission repair team, contact St. Paul Automotive today. Give us a call at (651) 298-0956.

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