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Phil's Service

503 S 2nd St
Killeen, TX 76541

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Why is Transmission Repair Service Important for your Vehicle?

One of the most important components of your vehicle would be that of the transmission. This system is what enables your car to shift into the appropriate gears when and where it is needed. As a general rule, transmission systems are very durable and usually will last longer than 100,000 miles. However, like everything else in life, sometimes they cease to operate as well. If you need some sort of transmission repair, it would be wise for you to take your vehicle to a qualified technician. If they elect to rebuild your transmission, they will usually follow this type of process:

1. Checking the transmission fluid change.

The first step is probably the most obvious. Your transmission service technician will usually begin by simply checking the fluid. If it is gritty, dirty or old they will then proceed to perform a full transmission fluid change on the vehicle. If a transmission fluid change doesn't solve the problem, they will go on to other options.

2. Checking the computer system.

Believe it or not, sometimes the computer system can cause transmission problems. This can be the case if the sensors are not reading the RPM readouts correctly. The transmission service specialist will check this and will replace the sensors if they determine this is the problem.

3. Rebuilding the transmission.

If the previous steps are ruled out, the transmission repair technician may elect to rebuild the transmission. Rebuilding the transmission involves removing it, opening the case, and then inspecting and cleaning all of the components. The "soft" parts such as seals, o-rings, gaskets, clutch components, and filters are replaced if needed. The "hard" parts such as drums, converters, pumps, gears and the casing are also inspected and replaced if needed.

If your vehicle's transmission is slipping, then Give us your Local Transmission Repair Shop a Call Today to Begin this Process. We are proudly serving all the vehicle owners in Killeen, TX, and other surrounding areas.

Transmission Repair Services by Certified Auto Experts at Phil's Service Shop in 503 S 2nd St, Killeen, TX 76541. Call 254-616-1659 today!

Why is Transmission Repair Service Important for your Vehicle?

One of the most important components of your vehicle would be that of the transmission. This system is what enables your car to shift into the appropriate gears when and where it is needed. As a general rule, transmission systems are very durable and usually will last longer than 100,000 miles. However, like everything else in life, sometimes they cease to operate as well. If you need some sort of transmission repair, it would be wise for you to take your vehicle to a qualified technician. If they elect to rebuild your transmission, they will usually follow this type of process:

1. Checking the transmission fluid change.

The first step is probably the most obvious. Your transmission service technician will usually begin by simply checking the fluid. If it is gritty, dirty or old they will then proceed to perform a full transmission fluid change on the vehicle. If a transmission fluid change doesn't solve the problem, they will go on to other options.

2. Checking the computer system.

Believe it or not, sometimes the computer system can cause transmission problems. This can be the case if the sensors are not reading the RPM readouts correctly. The transmission service specialist will check this and will replace the sensors if they determine this is the problem.

3. Rebuilding the transmission.

If the previous steps are ruled out, the transmission repair technician may elect to rebuild the transmission. Rebuilding the transmission involves removing it, opening the case, and then inspecting and cleaning all of the components. The "soft" parts such as seals, o-rings, gaskets, clutch components, and filters are replaced if needed. The "hard" parts such as drums, converters, pumps, gears and the casing are also inspected and replaced if needed.

If your vehicle's transmission is slipping, then Give us your Local Transmission Repair Shop a Call Today to Begin this Process. We are proudly serving all the vehicle owners in Killeen, TX, and other surrounding areas.

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Phil's Service - 2nd St KilleenAuto Repair Shop in Killeen, TX$$$503 S 2nd St, Killeen, TX 76541254-616-1659service@philsservice.com
Mon:08:00am - 05:30pm
Tue:08:00am - 05:30pm
Wed:08:00am - 05:30pm
Thu:08:00am - 05:30pm
Fri:08:00am - 05:30pm
Sat:Closed
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