Transmission Repair Service
- Automatic Transmission Service - The transmission of today is the most advanced compontent of your vehicle. All late model vehicles are computer controlled to improve shift timing and fuel efficiency. So it is important to find a repair shop who knows how to fix modern transmissions.
- Manual Clutch Repair - Minor adjustments or repairs can usually fix your manual clutch. If your clutch needs replacement Taggart & Sons Automotive can repair your vehicle.
- Preventative Maintenance - Your transmission fluid needs to get changed just like your motor oil does, regular fluid replacement will often prevent major problems down the road. Taggart Automotive will place you on a regular service program to keep your transmission running at peak performance.
- Transfer Case Repair - Taggart & Sons Automotive repairs 4x4 transfer cases for trucks and off-road SUVs.
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FLUID LEAKS ARE THE MAIN CAUSE OF TRANSMISSION FAILURE! - Learn to spot transmission leaks. If you normally park in a garage or driveway, look for fresh (still wet) oil stains under the front center of the vehicle. If you park on the street or in different spaces everyday check for oil stains before and after you’ve parked there to see if you left any new ones.
15 indicators you might have transmission problems!
- Delayed Engagement in drive or reverse when the vehicle is cold.
- Slippage. Vehicle moves slowly or won’t accelerate as it should.
- Fresh Fluid Stains Under the Vehicle.
- Shifting at Improper Speed Levels. Any noticeable early or late shifting.
- Passing Gear Won’t Engage. You get no surge of power when you press the pedal to the floor.
- Rough Shifting, Clunking into Gear.
- Erratic Shifting. Shifts are sometimes unexpected. Speed at which shifts occur keeps changing.
- Vehicle tries to move in Park (P).
- Vehicle Labors or Stalls on Take Off.
- Engine Braking (a function that uses the transmission to slow the car on long down hill slopes or in snow or icy conditions).
- You have a "Check Engine" or "Service Engine Soon" light on.
- The Shift handle is hard to move in or out of any position.
- The Shift indicator must be slightly off P or N to start car.
- The Shift indicator doesn’t point to the proper range.
- A burnt or rancid odor coming from under the hood or underneath the vehicle.