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Welcome to The Transmission Shop in Garland!

We have a FREE vehicle check up package!  It includes the following:

  • Examination of the transmission's exterior
  • Checking the transmission fluid
  • Examination of the fan clutch and all exposed connections

Come by our Garland location and see for yourself the benefits we offer at The Transmission Shop.  One of those benefits is that we perform road tests free of charge.  Road testing is the best way for our mechanics to observe exactly how your vehicle's transmission is performing.  Based on first-hand observations, we're able to report if there was any delay in response, signs of the transmission slipping, harsh or soft shifting, unexplained vibrations, or excessive noise.  This aids in the diagnosis of your vehicle's poor performance.    Following this initial diagnosis, we perform a comprehensive electronic computer vehicle scan.  This scan verifies what kind of repair is needed.  
At this point, the mechanic will check underneath your vehicle for any leaking fluid.  With your vehicle in this position, we will also perform an inspection of external connections, axles, drivelines, mounts, and U joints.  
Every particular make and model of vehicle will have transmission issues that are unique to that type of car.  For over 25 years, we've worked on all different kinds of make and model, thereby giving us an advantage of familiarity with the specific transmission problems each one tends to manifest.  To cite just one example, Ford vehicles sometimes have issues with the transfer case if the vehicle's tires are not the right size or if they are not properly inflated.  If the vehicle owner has intentionally chosen a different size of tire, then an adjustment will be needed on the vehicle's computer.  The pinion factors will also need to be reset.  Without performing these adjustments, problems may result that can be mistaken for a failing transmission.  
Sometimes an engine problem can also be mistaken for a failing transmission.  Some of these are:  cooling system failure, bad air filters, infrequent tune-ups, bad fuel filters, a restricted catalytic converter, or a TPS (Throttle Position Sensor).  If it becomes evident that there is an engine problem, our qualified professionals can service these as well as any transmission issue.  
After performing an external inspection, if our mechanic is unable to find the problem, we recommend that an internal transmission inspection is performed.  For an internal transmission inspection, it is necessary to remove the transmission from the vehicle.  Each component of the transmission has to be removed and inspected thoroughly.  If a damaged part is found, the mechanic will then investigate to determine if the damage was caused by expected wear and tear or if the transmission was overheating.  If overheating was indeed the problem, then it indicates another underlying issue.  While the transmission is removed, we also look for any rear main oil seal leaks from the engine, the drive shaft, the flywheel, the U joints on the carrier bearing, the differential pinion seal, and the bearings.  
We take transmission repairs seriously, especially when it comes to determining whether an overhaul or complete replacement is necessary.  Don't trust your car to just anyone - trust only the best!  Come to The Transmission Shop in Garland where we will meet all your transmission needs.
Following a good transmission repair or rebuild, your car should run as though it has a brand new transmission.  During a transmission rebuild, the transmission case and each of its components are thoroughly cleaned.  At The Transmission Shop, our mechanics check each component twice to ensure a job well done.  We have high standards, and if any of the parts don't meet with our approval, we replace them with brand new, quality parts.  Additionally, is we find that there are recent, recommended transmission updates for your particular vehicle, we rebuild the transmission according to those latest specifications.  If your vehicle has a transmission cooler, then we will perform a hot flush in order to clean it.  The purpose of a hot flush is to remove any debris or contaminants.  This cleansing process is important when rebuilding a transmission.  
When we're done with a transmission repair, rebuild, or installation, we do one more external examination.  Also, the vehicle is taken for at least two more test drives.  The first test drive is done by the mechanic who personally worked on the transmission.  There is then a second test drive performed by a second mechanic in order to provide a second opinion and confirm the results.  If the vehicle is performing as expected, the mechanic will inspect it one more time from underneath to confirm that there are no leaks and that all bolts, brackets, and connections are holding securely.  All of our staff at The Transmission Shop in Garland take pride in our expertise and customer satisfaction.  We even offer a warranty to back up our work.

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