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San Dimas, CA 91773
What Is A Transmission Flush?
A transmission flush consists of removing all of the fluids from a transmission and replacing them with new fluids. During this process, your experienced mechanic will run clean oil and cleaning solution through your auto transmission via a specialized piece of equipment. This will force out any debris that has formed with your transmission. A transmission flush can only be done by a trained transmission profession. The service is not generally very expensive; however, it can go a long way in protecting the life of your transmission.
Although there are advantages to performing a transmission flush, it is a maintenance activity that many car owners will skip over. However, given how costly a serious transmission repair is, it really is in your best interest to maintain it in any way possible.
Importance Of Transmission Flushes
Some vehicle owners believe if they simply change the fluids in their transmission rather than going through a flush, they have performed adequate maintenance on their transmission. However, most reputable transmission mechanics suggest that all vehicles can benefit from a periodic transmission flush. A transmission flush will remove unwanted residue from your engine, which can help improve its performance and keep it running well for many miles to come.
If you simply perform a fluid change, your mechanic will drain the transmission without the use of any special machinery. During this process, not all of the fluid will be extracted from the transmission. In fact, it’s estimated that as little as twenty percent of the fluid will actually be replaced during a transmission flush.
Should I Flush My Transmission?
The short answer is yes! Flushing your transmission is the best way to ensure that all of the spoiled fluids are removed and replaced in your transmission. This is the only way to ensure that all debris is flushed out of your transmission. With a simple fluid change, most of the debris is left behind even when the old oil is completely trained. Over time, the build-up left behind in your transmission could start to give you some serious trouble..
However, if you still have questions about the differences between a transmission change and flush, one of our experienced team members will be happy to discuss the differences with you in more detail and help you figure out the solution that’s right for your care.
Generally, the more proactive you are about maintaining your transmission system, the less chance you have of experiencing costly transmission issues in the future. Whether you decide to perform a flush or a simple change, the important thing is that you do everything you can to keep your transmission in good working order.
If you’re in need of a transmission flush or any other type of transmission service, you can count on the trusted professionals at Remac Transmission to take good care of your vehicle. We promise to provide you with a fair and honest bid for any of the services we provide you with from a transmission flush to a complete replacement.