There are two kinds of people, people who want to know and people who are not into the whats and whys, they just want it fixed and running as if a problem never happened.
Regardless of where you fit in, it is important to understand some aspects of what your transmission does and why it is important for you to hire the best to fix it.
You vehicle transmissions important role is to send power from your vehicle engine to the axles. It determines what gear your vehicle should use and basically tells your vehicle to move.
The number one symptom that most people experience when their transmission is failing is the inability to shift gears. When you step on the gas pedal, you can feel that your vehicle is pulling back or is struggling to pick up speed.
Although this is a suspected indicator of transmission problems, until you can get your vehicle to us for an inspection and diagnostic, there are other symptoms to help you identify that you may have a transmission problem.
The above symptoms do not necessarily mean you have to replace your transmission but it is important to get your vehicle to us quickly so that we can fix issues that may lead to it.
Your particular make and model of vehicle has a manufacturer recommended schedule for transmission maintenance but generally it is around 48,000 km. There are parts, components and fluids that need attention monthly, yearly or how many miles you have put on the vehicle. Manufacturers usually recommend maintenance at 30,000 miles, 60,000 miles, and 90,000 miles but there are alot of parts that need to be checked before hitting these milestones.
For over 45 years, J&J Automotive has been helping drivers in Kingston and the surrounding area maintain their vehicles.
From oil changes, filter replacements, and fluid flushes to brakes and brake repair, shocks and struts, muffler repair, tires, and wheel alignment, our certified mechanics can take care of all of your auto repair and maintenance needs.
With most car repair services where we put the vehicle on the hoist, you’ll receive our Complimentary Multipoint Inspection. We’ll look inside, outside, under the hood and underneath the car. We will then explain the findings and give you a written report. It is a good way to identify issues that should be addressed before they turn into major repairs.
Our Multipoint Visual Inspection includes the following: