The Palm Bay
Transmission Repair Shop
South Florida Transmissions
• ASE Certified builders • ASE Certified Mechanics • Diagnostics Testing
• Full warranties • Fair pricing • Quality workmanship • Free transportation

Automatic Transmission Repair

Diagnosis of your automatic transmission

Transmission repairs at our Palm Bay Shop begin with a no obligation, complimentary diagnostics testing procedure. We start by examining your transmission and accurately identify the problem that it is having. Often the problem is a transmission repair requiring minor repairs such as leaks or parts within the transmission that needs replacing. In some cars and trucks the issue may require additional work. Our shop’s service manager will let you know what the drive test and diagnostics indicate to repair your transmission.

Automatic transmission repair steps

Once we have your approval to begin the repair, your Palm Bay Transmissions Repair Shop’s ASE Certified builders and technicians thoroughly clean all debris and contaminants from the transmission case. The repair job then proceeds with reassembling your transmission with the highest quality manufacturer parts and in many cases upgraded parts will be used as manufacturers often identify issues with original parts. Your new transmission could be better than the original one because technological advances over time are often applied to OEMs.

The final touches require a full cooling system flush that removes debris from the circulation system using heat and alternating flow pressure. Then you don’t have contaminants re-entering the system. Your new transmission is then installed by our CST ASE certified technicians. A quality assurance test takes place with a road test, then a hoist check and ultimately the computer scanning process. Our repair and testing process is done with meticulous detail to make sure you have a well performing vehicle for a long time.This is why Palm Bay residents rely on and trust our shop more than any other in Brevard county for the past few decades.

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