The Basics Behind Manual Transmission Repair Services at Advanced Auto Care
Manual transmissions require drivers to manually change between gears while controlling power and speed simultaneously. It has a clutch, flywheel, gear selector fork, collar, wheels, and shafts. The shaft supplies motor control to the transmission. The clutch is responsible for connecting the shaft to and disconnecting the transmission. By selecting gears, the stick shift controls the gear selector fork. These gears and shafts are responsible for the routing power from the engine to the drive wheels and to the transmission. Manual transmission fluid cleans the gears, shafts, bearings, and other parts inside. Transmission fluid also helps in controlling the transmission’s internal temperatures. A manual transmission service ensures the transmission fluid is clean and the rest of the components are operationally fit.
Why Should You Have Manual Transmission Repair Services Performed at Advanced Auto Care?
To keep your manual transmission in good condition, a manual transmission service is vital. Since the transmission fluid degrades naturally over time, it’s necessary to refresh the fluid to keep gears and shafts working smoothly. Occasionally leaks occur during transmission and can require reseal. The clutch will many times slip or fail to engage or disengage. Noises are also a warning that something in your vehicle’s transmission is not functioning properly. Both components of manual transmission sometimes need maintenance. At any point in your transmission life, it will take a dynamic adjustment to keep your manual transmission running efficiently.
We proudly service the Manual Transmission Repair needs of customers in Hanover, MD, Columbia, MD, Severn, MD, and surrounding areas.