Four Signs You Need Transmission Repair Service

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No matter which type of vehicle you own, or how well built you feel it is, the longer you drive it and put more and more miles on it, the transmission will sooner or later fail. There are several signs to watch out for and have it looked at before it gets worse or you may need to completely remove it and get a new one or a transmission rebuild.

At Jamie’s Transmission, we understand that transmission repair service can be expensive, but we promise and give you our word that we will not nickel and dime you. We will provide professional, prompt service on automatic transmissions, manual transmissions and for every make and model on the road today.

There are certain things to watch for as your vehicle ages and if you notice some of these signs, get a free quote today from Jamie’s Transmission.  Do not hesitate because we know how important your vehicle is in your life, and will do everything in our power to get you back on the road affordably, efficiently and quickly.

Drips and Leaking Transmission Lines

If you have noticed a reddish type of liquid under your vehicle in parking lots and driveways, then you most likely have a transmission and or lines are leaking. Check the fluid immediately and if it is low, top it off and get it into Jamie’s as soon as possible. Replacing transmission lines and finding leaks and repairing them are less costly than a transmission rebuild or swap out.

Shifting Gears

If your car or truck is experiencing shifting problems, then check your fluid first. If that is fine, then it is most likely the transmission itself that is causing the issue. If an automatic transmission is experiencing hesitation, shaking or shifting between gears for no reason, then you potentially need transmission repair service? If your manual transmission is falling out of gear, grinding when shifting or jerking between gears, then get it to Jamie’s Transmission where we will get you back on the road in no time.

Noises and Odor

If you smell a burning smell when exiting the vehicle, it is most likely overheated gears from lack of the transmission fluid lubricating them. Even if you have not seen any transmission fluid on the ground, most likely the transmission is having trouble.

When you are hearing clunking, whining or buzzing or loud when just in neutral you should have your transmission repair service professionals at Jamie’s take a look. Other things can cause these noises, but should not be ignored.

If you have any one of these issues, at Jamie’s Transmission, they are certified and highly skilled in all makes and models of vehicles on the road today. They will provide affordable quotes online or simply stop in and talk to a professional for all your manual transmission and automatic transmission repair service needs today.


 


 

"Jamie's Transmission gave me 5 star service, Excellent!"

Ron M.

"These guys are awesome and do high quality work. I highly recommend them! I am a small business owner and these guys are too and they take pride in their work and it shows. Again if you are looking for a place to get transmission work done look no further for you will not regret it."

Matt W.

"Great service at very reasonable rates! Highly recommended! They also found a problem with my differential and fixed it as well. Thank you!"

James M.

"I have always had very positive experiences at Jamie's Transmission. The staff is friendly and honest. I will definitely keep returning."

- Ryan E.

"Jamie's Transmission has worked on my F350 work truck every time I have had problems and routine maintenance. I have had excellent customer service with honest pricing every time I have dealt with them. They are very dependable."

Dave B.

"Always such a pleasure! Family atmosphere makes it easy to trust the crew. Honesty and timely work is a no-brainer at Jamies transmission. I will never bring my vehicles elsewhere! Thanks Jamie's."

Marcus R.

"Great customer service, very knowledgeable staff, and fast turn-around time. They have gained my business."

Jordan S.

"Outstanding workmanship! Thanks for fitting me in on short notice."

Lisa M.

Transmission Specialty Shop in Monroe Reviews Transmission for 2016

Snohomish: 360-568-0220
Everett: 425-335-0220
Toll Free: 1-888-942-0220
8:30am to 5:00pm Mon - Fri

501 Maple Avenue
Snohomish, WA 98290

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Jamie’s Transmission, your Transmission Specialty Shop in Monroe reviews transmissions for 2016. As a family owned business that is dedicated to transmission repair and maintenance, we have a deep interest in new transmission developments.

Some people think that, thanks to the new advances in transmission design that the manual transmission is on its way out. But Forbes, in a review of the F-Type Jaguar praises the model with a manual transmission as being tactile and a pleasure to drive – as well as being less expensive than its cousins that have automatic transmissions. Others tout the fun of driving a vehicle with a manual transmission, especially those who drive the backroads.

For those who prefer automatic transmissions, there are two models to get excited about: the CVT, or continuous variable transmission, and the eight-gear transmission. CVTs have been around for a while, but the design is getting better. Honda Civic, for example, has a CVT transmission. While some people dislike them, others say that they like the smoothness and the gas saving. Two 2016 models of note are coming out with 8-gear transmissions: The Chevy Silverado and the Toyota Land Cruiser.

At Jamie’s Transmission, your transmission specialty shop in Monroe, we are always excited to read and learn about new developments in automobile transmissions. If you would like to learn more about what that could mean for you and your vehicle in 2016, give us a call at (360)568-0220 to discuss your best options for transmission care – whether you choose to keep your current vehicle or you are in the market for a new one, we’ll be glad to discuss your options and help you become informed about your transmission options. If your need transmission repairs, we are your transmission shop.

"Jamie's Transmission gave me 5 star service, Excellent!"

Ron M.

"These guys are awesome and do high quality work. I highly recommend them! I am a small business owner and these guys are too and they take pride in their work and it shows. Again if you are looking for a place to get transmission work done look no further for you will not regret it."

Matt W.

"Great service at very reasonable rates! Highly recommended! They also found a problem with my differential and fixed it as well. Thank you!"

James M.

"I have always had very positive experiences at Jamie's Transmission. The staff is friendly and honest. I will definitely keep returning."

- Ryan E.

"Jamie's Transmission has worked on my F350 work truck every time I have had problems and routine maintenance. I have had excellent customer service with honest pricing every time I have dealt with them. They are very dependable."

Dave B.

"Always such a pleasure! Family atmosphere makes it easy to trust the crew. Honesty and timely work is a no-brainer at Jamies transmission. I will never bring my vehicles elsewhere! Thanks Jamie's."

Marcus R.

"Great customer service, very knowledgeable staff, and fast turn-around time. They have gained my business."

Jordan S.

"Outstanding workmanship! Thanks for fitting me in on short notice."

Lisa M.

Your Specialty Transmission Shop in Monroe

Snohomish: 360-568-0220
Everett: 425-335-0220
Toll Free: 1-888-942-0220
8:30am to 5:00pm Mon - Fri

501 Maple Avenue
Snohomish, WA 98290

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Jamie’s Transmission Shop is your specialty transmission shop in Monroe. What is a specialty transmission shop? Glad you asked! It is an automotive repair shop that specializes in transmissions – manual, automatic and even racing transmissions. Here at Jamie’s we also do a few other repairs as a courtesy to our customers so that they don’t have to try taking their vehicle all over town to everything repaired.

A specialty transmission shop focuses on the parts of your vehicle that are part of the drive train. The drive train is a series of devices that transfers the power from the motor to the wheels of a vehicle. The transmission, which is encased in that big hunk of metal that runs from the motor back toward the rear of the vehicle – the super solid one, not the muffler assembly. Inside that case are gears and levers that select the speed or the rpms. Next to the motor, it is probably one of the most important parts of your vehicle. Even if you have one of the new hybrids, the power from the motor must be translated to the wheels. An all-electric vehicle would work a little differently, but so far we’ve not made the transition from internal combustion motors to electrics. Maybe next year.

Jamie’s Transmission Shop is your specialty transmission shop in Monroe, if you need our services just give us a call at (360)568-0220. We’ll be glad to work on any part of your drive train and help you out with other repairs so that you don’t have to drive all over town to have a working vehicle. We are proud to be a family-owned business that has been in this community for more than twenty-five years.

Transmission Repair in Lynnwood

Snohomish: 360-568-0220
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The words “transmission repair” frequently strike terror in the hearts of vehicle owners. Since this process often involves pulling the motor and taking the transmission apart, it can require a bit of labor; but in the long run, transmission repair can be much more cost effective than purchasing a new or used vehicle that could easily develop the same problems as your old one. Furthermore, if you have your transmission repaired at Jamie’s Transmission, you will know that the work was done correctly – we take pride in our craftsmanship. We’ve been doing auto repair in Lynnwood for more than twenty-five years, and we hope to be here for another generation or so.

Repairing a transmission is often a better choice than replacing it if your vehicle is having transmission problems – especially if it is a simple matter of replacing a broken or worn part. The repair might be part of a transmission rebuild, which puts your trannie back into excellent condition and has the advantage of keeping the original transmission in your vehicle. This is more important for some models than for others, but it is frequently a better choice than replacing it. However, if the transmission proves to be beyond repair, we will immediately notify the vehicle owner so that a decision can be made. Sometimes, it is possible to find transmissions for sale at vehicle recycling establishments (otherwise known as “junk yards”). A used transmission that is in good condition can sometimes be the answer to affecting an economical repair; or a solution for a vehicle model that is no longer being manufactured. If all else fails, there is the option of doing some retooling so that a transmission from an earlier or later model will serve. While far from ideal, it can get your favorite car or truck back on the road.

If you need transmission repair in Lynnwood, call Jamie’s Transmission at (425)335-0220. We’ll make a fair and accurate estimate of the costs, and we will keep you in the know should anything unexpected occur in the repair process.

Transmission Repair Service Cost Guide

Transmission Repair Service Cost Guide

Snohomish: 360-568-0220
Everett: 425-335-0220
Toll Free: 1-888-942-0220
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Transmission Repair Service Cost Guide

In a car, there is nothing more complex than the transmission. In both automatic and manual cars, the transmission allows for dynamic changes in the ratio of speed and torque. Due to their function, constant use, and complexity, a transmission deals with wear and tear every time you drive the car. Without the proper servicing, you could need to use a Transmission repair service to fix your car. A transmission rebuild cost can be expensive, depending on your car.

Transmission Rebuild Costs and Repair Costs

Automatic transmission repairs and manual transmission repairs are two of the most expensive repairs that a vehicle can need. The cost depends on the car and the work that needs to be done. You can save some money by using used or salvaged parts. The cost of the repairs can range from $800 to $3500, without the cost of labor. The amount of time that a transmission will need ranges from 4 to 9 hours on average.

Factors That Affect the Transmission Rebuild Cost

The transmission rebuild cost varies due to a number of different reasons. The major factors are what type of repairs is being done, and the extent of the transmission repairs. The more work that the transmission needs, the more expensive the repair bill will be.

The cost will also depend on the car’s model and make. Most times, standard and domestic models are less expensive to repair than the imported or high-end vehicles. Older and rarer cars have a higher cost, mainly because parts are harder to find.

The type of transmission your car has also affects the price. On average, the cost of manual transmission repairs is less than automatic transmission repairs.

If you want to know more about the transmission rebuild cost for your car, you can use our Quick Quote Form to find out. You can visit the page here: http://jamiestransmission.com/quick-quote.html

Know When Transmission Repair Service Done On Your Car

There are many symptoms of a worn or damaged transmission to look for. For most problems with a transmission, changing the fluid regularly will help. In some models, just one mechanical failure will cause the engine to shut down and disable it until it is fixed. This means you have to watch for any signs of damage to the transmission.

One of the main signs that your transmission needs a transmission repair service is the transmission slipping between gears. Also, a delay in gear changing is a sign of your transmission being damaged. If your transmission does start to fail or fails completely, you will be advised to replace, rebuild or make small repairs to fix the problem, which will make your car safe to drive again.

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