Tag: How Often Should I Have a Transmission Flush Done?

Transmission Maintenance And Repair

There is no question that automobiles, even those produced by manufacturers that are not known for longevity, last longer and are more reliable than cars made 50-70 years ago. No matter what company manufactures your car, your vehicle is a complex feat of engineering that will require general maintenance over time. Arguably the most important system is the transmission because, without a well-functioning transmission, the power generated by the engine will not reach the wheels. If no power reaches your vehicle’s wheels, your vehicle will not move. St. Paul Automotive is a full-service auto repair shop that offers maintenance and repair of automobile transmissions. Not all auto repairs shops can make you this promise. Continue reading

Transmission Installation and Repairs by Me

St. Paul Automotive offers local transmission installation and repairs in St. Paul, MN. Your vehicle’s transmission could be described as its heart or its brain because of its importance to the drivability of your vehicle. The bottom line is that without a well-functioning transmission your car or truck is at risk of failure. Not all auto repair shops are qualified to provide transmission installation or transmission repairs, but St. Paul Automotive has the experience, expertise, and qualifications to cover all of your transmission needs. Continue reading

Transmission Flush Service St. Paul

Have you noticed your transmission doesn’t seem to be shifting as well as it should? If so, you’re likely worried about who to call for any type of transmission service or repair. Depending on the issue, a transmission flush could be all you need, or you may need a more comprehensive transmission service. Whatever the case may be, our team at St. Paul Automotive would be happy to take a look at your car to determine what is causing your transmission problems. In this blog we’ll dive into a bit more about a transmission flush and how it may be beneficial for your vehicle. Continue reading