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Denny's Automotive & Muffler Center provides Transmission Repair services to Marion, IA, Cedar Rapids, IA, Hiawatha, IA, and other surrounding areas.

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Description of Transmission Repair

The transmission is the link between the engine and the wheels of your vehicle. Whether you drive a manual, automatic, or semi-automatic vehicle, the transmission plays a crucial role in the performance and reliability of your vehicle. The transmission keeps engine output matched with speed and load conditions. Because engines operate at high rotational speeds, the transmission reduces engine output speed and transmits torque through the differential, driveshaft, and wheels. As engine speed varies, the transmission switches between the gears that influence the amount of torque applied to the wheels. Transmission fluid performs a variety of duties, depending on the type of transmission. Transmission fluid acts as a cooling agent and protects the transmission by lubricating the internal gears and preventing corrosion and rust. In a manual transmission, clutches and gear shifts provide pressure and force—like engagement and disengagement—while in an automatic transmission, transmission fluid provides these same operational functions of force and pressure.



Benefits of Transmission Repair

A faulty transmission can negatively affect your vehicle’s performance. Symptoms of an impending transmission service include grinding gears, difficulty shifting, slipping out of gear, bucking, and hesitation. Even if your transmission is in neutral, excessive noise is a sign of transmission problems. In a manual transmission, a dragging clutch, or a clutch failing to disengage from the flywheel, is another sign of transmission issues. When this occurs, the clutch continues to spin with your vehicle’s engine, and a grinding noise will occur. A burning smell sifting through the air vents is a sign of burning transmission fluid and an overheating transmission. Things that can negatively impact the life of your transmission include extreme driving habits, and excessive loads or heavy towing habits. Because of the necessary pressure and force provided by transmission fluid in automatic transmissions, old, dirty, and unchanged transmission fluid can cause performance issues. Regular transmission maintenance as indicated by your vehicle’s manufacturer can help prevent transmission problems, but if you experience any of the above warning signs of transmission trouble, contact us today about transmission repair.

Denny's Automotive & Muffler Center proudly serves the Transmission Repair needs of customers in Marion, IA, Cedar Rapids, IA, Hiawatha, IA, and surrounding areas.

Areas Served : Cedar Rapids IA | Hiawatha IA | Marion IA | and surrounding areas

Clutch Adjustment and Inspection

In a manual transmission, the responsibility of the clutch is to engage and disengage the transmission from the engine...

Approx. Time: 60 Minutes

Clutch Replacement

In a running vehicle, the engine is always turning. The transmission connects to the engine and supplies power to the wheels...

Approx. Time: 360 Minutes

Tire Brands in Cedar Rapids IA, Marion IA, and Hiawatha IA at Denny's Automotive & Muffler Center

Denny's Automotive & Muffler Center in Cedar Rapids and Marion, IA

All Denny's Automotive & Muffler Center are family-owned and operated, car and truck repair facilities.  We have been serving Eastern Iowa since 1974.  Our goal is customer satisfaction and value. Our ASE-certified technicians will service and repair all makes of foreign and domestic cars, trucks and SUVs, in addition to providing great deals on name-brand tires. We're proud members of the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce, BBB, and NFIB. Serving Marion, IA, Cedar Rapids, IA, and Hiawatha, IA with exceptional auto repairs, tires, and auto service. Visit us today - we guarantee value!

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Phone: (319) 363-5245
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Address: 2011 16th Ave S.W
Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
Phone: (319) 373-1251
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Address: 1501 7th Ave
Marion, IA 52302
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