TX Transmission Repair specializes in fixing, reconstructing, rebuilding, and ultimately repairing your broken transmission. We take pride in all of our transmission rebuilds and reassemble them with genuine OEM parts or better. With over 50 years of combined transmission repair experience; transmission rebuilding has simply become second nature to us. TX Transmission Repair can easily handle even the most intricate transmissions from any car or truck. We are so confident in our skills that we back up all of our complete transmission rebuilds with an industry leading life-time warranty. We can repair and reconstruct all transmissions including automatics, manuals, CVTs, foreign & domestic.
It is a know fact among car and truck owners that the transmission is often times neglected, but just like your engine; transmissions due in fact require routine maintenance. 80% of transmissions fail due to negligence or poor maintenance. We offer transmission tune ups where some or all of the following procedures are performed : Transmission fluid flush, transmission fluid change, computer diagnostic, transmission pressure test, pan gasket replacement, fluid filter replacement, valve body inspection, external lubrication, level fluid. In order to maintain your transmission healthy, a transmission should be serviced every 20k to 30k miles. However, if your transmission has well over 30k miles between service, it may be in your best interest to avoid transmission tune ups. Some transmissions are known to fail if a fluid flush is performed way past its due date, that is why its so important to keep up to date with your transmission service schedule. Ask about our transmission service and we'll determine if this is a good option for your car or truck.
In manual transmissions, the clutch is the part that engages and disengages the power sent from the vehicle's engine to the transmission and ultimately to the wheels. The clutch is made of the same or very similar materials as your car's brakes. And just like your brakes wear out over time, so does your clutch; due to the friction involved with engaging and disengaging. If you feel that your clutch is slipping or not engaging properly, it may be time for a new clutch.
A transfer case is found in all-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive cars and trucks. It is a unit that's attached to the transmission, and its purpose is to send power to the front wheels. Just like a transmission, transfer cases have hundreds of moving parts and unfortunately do fail from time to time. If you notice that your all-wheel drive car is loosing grip in the front; or that truck's 4-wheel drive is not engaging, it could be due to a broken transfer case. Most transfer cases can be repaired and reconstructed, however some cars require the transfer case to be entirely replaced. Whatever the case, TX Transmission Repair can solve your transfer case problems.