Transmission Services

DR Transmission is committed to providing a high level of service and ensuring our customers get a positive customer service experience.

DR Transmission recommends monitoring your transmission to catch problems that could be hazardous in the future. Proper upkeep will save you money in the long run and protect your investment in your vehicle.
We have the expertise to diagnose and repair all of your transmission problems.

Common Problems To Be On The Lookout For:


  • Transmission Slipping
  • Stalling
  • Overheating
  • Leaks
  • Dirty Transmission
  • Fluids

Expert Service

DR Transmission does repair work and maintenance on both manual and automatic transmissions for foreign and domestic cars and trucks.

Transmission Problems

As a car owner, it is very important to remain constantly aware of changes in the way your car runs.

Being proactive about the care and maintenance of your transmission will help you save money in the long run and avoid the dangers of your car malfunctioning while you’re out on the road.

One of the worst mistakes you can make is ignoring a problem until it gets worse. If you notice your vehicle has started making strange noises, stalling or doing anything else out of the ordinary, you should get it checked out.

Clutches, Flywheels & Drive-Trains

Both automatic and manual transmissions cars have clutches. These spinning discs allow the operation of the vehicle from low to high RPMs and allow the gears to shift with ease. Flywheels are the object upon which the clutch engages. If an engine is revved too high when the clutch is applied, it can distort, overheat or damage the the flywheel, in addition to damaging the clutch.

Drive-trains are the links to the movement of your car from your transmission to the axles to the drive shaft. With all of these mechanical components combined, it is important to regularly inspect and service them to maintain a fully operational vehicle and avoid future issues.

CV Joints and Boots

Constant-velocity joints (CV joints) allow a drive shaft to transmit power through a variable angle, at constant rotational speed, without an appreciable increase in friction or play. They are mainly used in front wheel drive, and many modern rear wheel drive cars with independent rear suspension typically use CV joints at the ends of the rear axle half shafts, and increasingly use them on the drive shafts.

Boots are necessary to cover these gears and keep them lubricated and insulated from external forces that could cause damage or reduce their ability to function properly. If you hear a clicking noise coming from one of your wheel wells, it could be possible that your CV boot is damaged and the lubrication has ejected itself or dried out.

Rear Wheel Drive, Front Wheel Drive & All Wheel Drive
Rear-wheel drive (RWD) typically places the engine in the front of the vehicle and the driven wheels are located at the rear, a configuration known as front-engine, rear-wheel drive layout.

The front mid-engine, rear mid-engine and rear engine layouts are also used. This was the traditional automobile layout for most vehicles up until the 1970s and 1980s. Front-wheel-drive layouts are those in which the front wheels of the vehicle are driven.

The most popular layout used in cars today is the front-engine, front-wheel drive, with the engine in front of the front axle, driving the front wheels. This layout is typically chosen for its compact packaging; since the engine and driven wheels are on the same side of the vehicle, there is no need for a central tunnel through the passenger compartment to accommodate a drive shaft between the engine and the driven wheels.

Electronic Diagnostics

Your vehicle is filled with electronics and important sensors, many of them relaying information to your vehicle’s computer. Diagnosing and checking the computer for errors, broken sensors or other issues is important. If your check engine light is on or your vehicle seems to be operating roughly you should consider having your systems diagnosed. This is the fastest way to tell what may be wrong and may help avoid future issues.

Fleet Vehicles

If you are a business owner, vehicle rental location or operator of a large fleet of vehicles including trucks, we have a great deal for you. Bring your business to us, and we will provide you with rates specifically for your business and services you require regularly. Our customers currently include moving and storage companies, professional service trucks and vans, construction vehicles and other highly utilized business vehicles.