Transmission fluid lubricates all of the moving parts inside your transmission. In an automatic transmission, this fluid also serves as a coolant and transmits power from the engine to the transmission. Transmission fluid degrades and breaks down with use. It also becomes contaminated with worn metal shavings from the transmission, all of which can shorten the transmission’s life. During transmission service old fluid is removed and the transmission is flushed to remove any debris. The result of ignoring a transmission service light could be very costly repairs.
Another important fluid to replace is in the transfer case. This is a special gearbox on AWD and 4WD vehicles. If you are having problems shifting in and out of 4WD you may need a transfer case service.
If you are a fleet driver on the road and you suspect transmission problems stop by one of our ten Metro Atlanta locations for transmission services. Simply present your fleet card and we’ll contact your fleet card provider to ensure that service is covered. Our local fleet service program also offers convenience and cost-savings to small to mid-sized local fleets that need regular maintenance and repairs.
NOTE: Some transmissions require a specialized fluid. There may be an extra charge for the use of specialty transmission fluids.