One of the most frequently asked questions is “When should I service my transmission?” This can vary depending on driving conditions. Only qualified transmission specialists can direct you to the most beneficial maintenance schedule. Performing routine maintenance on your transmission is the key to preventing costly repairs down the road. The watchful eyes of our experts are able to spot red flags that can become serious problems if not addressed. Heat is the number one cause of failures in transmissions. The transmission oil is critical for lubricating the transmission and reducing friction. When the fluid breaks down and loses its viscosity, it no longer effectively lubricates the transmission. This causes premature and excessive wear and results in transmission failure.
Transmission fluid cools in the front of the vehicle either in the radiator or an external cooler. If the engine overheats, so can the transmission and cause major damage. Make sure your cooling system is in good working order to protect your transmission. Bring your vehicle to Allen’s Transmission Service for premium quality transmission care. We perform careful diagnoses and inform our customers of how best to take care of their vehicle’s transmission. If you have a more complex repair need, we are the best service providers around. Our specialists are also fully prepared to handle any rebuilding of your transmission. The top quality work performed at Allen’s Transmission Service is unmatched in the Raleigh area. Trust your transmission with a repair shop that’s fixing this community’s vehicles for a long time. Our record speaks for itself. Visit Allen’s Transmission Service today, and find out the many ways we can help you.
When your transmission is having major problems we can help! We are experts in the repair and service of your transmission. Rear wheel drive, front wheel drive, or all wheel drive we can quickly find the problem and have you on your way! When you bring your vehicle into Allen’s Transmission Service you receive the benefit of proven experts. The other shops can only use what information they have from their limited experience. Transmissions are complex and can cause major damage to other internal components if not properly repaired. When we service or repair your transmission problems we can give you an educated assessment about the present and the future of your transmission. The extended life of your transmission through quality maintenance or repair is our goal. Your transmission repair is safe with us!
Transmissions have many internal components, When a transmission goes bad it can cause light, moderate or heavy damage to the internal components. Every transmission failure is not the same! Depending on the amount of damage inside the transmission, there is no way to know what option will work better for you. The first step is to diagnose the problem and assess any damage! This is where our job begins and is most crucial. Only a qualified transmission specialist has the knowledge and experience to provide a thorough and accurate diagnosis. Whatever the diagnosis, we’ve handled that specific problem before and already know how best to solve it. Allen’s Transmission Service makes all of its rebuilding decisions based upon your vehicle’s needs. We can help you make the best decision and make sure you don’t spend any more than you have to!
The automotive repair industry is always changing and evolving. Any good mechanic will continue to perfect his or her craft as long as they work. At Allen’s Transmission Service, we have kept our commitment to continued education and training. We believe our customers deserve only the best which means our technicians always remain ahead of the curve. Our highly trained techs are constantly improving through updates and ongoing training. We use industry specific training through Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association and the Automatic Transmission Service Group to keep our technicians up to the minute on the latest technology and service information. This is a commitment we make to our customers and to ourselves.