Yearly Archives: 2020

Transmisson Problems In Your Porsche

Transmisson Problems In Your Porsche

The raging debate on which is better between the manual stick shift driven car and the automated one always elicits different reactions among drivers. Over time, the transmission systems in vehicles have changed from manual to automatic especially in luxurious vehicles models. The Porsche, for its part, has a sophisticated internal transmission system that enables the car to handle higher speeds, a factor that has contributed greatly to its success in the market. Causes of Transmission Problems Transmission problems in your Porsche can make it unpleasant to drive your otherwise perfect ride. The most common causes of transmission problems are: Mechanical failures The transmission system has several components working together to ensure that the car moves exactly as the driver needs it to. When any of these parts fail, then the transmission is not able to operate smoothly as a result of lack of communic ... read more

Rebuilding a Transmission

Rebuilding a Transmission

Looking at today’s digital age, it’s not uncommon to hear someone say conversation has become a lost art, just like cursive and tv repair. What we think they should be talking about, is the lost art of rebuilding a transmission. And it IS an art.  When you look at the average transmission has over  600 different parts, all with a specific design and purpose, anyone who  opens a transmission to rebuild it has their work cut out for them. We have several rebuilders on our staff with over 80 years of combined experience who take on that challenge every day. All they do is rebuild transmissions and they love what they do.  What is a Remanufactured Transmission?  You might wonder what the difference is between a rebuilt and a remanufactured (reman) transmission. Honestly, there isn’t a whole lot of difference between a quality reman and a  rebuild. One is done in a factory setting, assembly line style, where different peopl ... read more

5 Signs Your Car Needs Brake Repair

5 Signs Your Car Needs Brake Repair

When it comes to safety in the car, the brake system is your best friend. It is important to know the signs of failing brakes so that you can have them repaired immediately in order to keep you and your passengers safe. Effective braking could be the difference between a serious accident and driving away without a scratch. Here are 5 common signs that your vehicle needs brake repair. #1 Brakes squeal when applied Your brakes are designed to squeal or screech to let you know that the pads are getting low. This involves a small mechanism that creates the shrill noise, which stops when the brakes are applied. This is often the first sign of brake failure Be sure to get your car to a local car repair shop right away to get the problem fixed before it turns into a larger issue. #2 Car vibrates when the brakes are applied If you start to feel shaking, vibrating or other odd motions abnormal for the car when you apply the brakes there is a decent chance you have warped rotors, which is the ... read more

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