The gearbox is removed from the vehicle for overhaul and any replacement of internal components.
The gearbox is dismantled to reveal the internal components to prepare for inspection.
The various parts and interior surfaces will be cleaned and inspected to detect any discrepancies or damage.
Any damaged or worn out components would be replaced accordingly. The gearbox casing itself would be inspected for its condition and for any damage.
Any faulty parts and components would be replaced and fitted into the new gearbox.
After all parts and components are successfully reinstalled, the new gearbox would be pressure tested by our technician to ensure smooth operation.
The valve body is inspected and serviced to ensure smooth gear transition from the driver’s input.
The entire gearbox is reassembled and prepared for reinstallation into the vehicle.
There might be instances where a surge in RPM occurs without any input from the driver. This might be due to an issue with the transmission fluid or its filter, which might require a proper cleaning or change depending on its condition.
A clear sign that something has malfunctioned within the Gearbox, the transmission light being On should be the first indication that you should get it checked. Even in the case that it is the transmission check light itself malfunctions, it is still better to be safe and send your vehicle in to get inspected.
The Gearbox is designed to facilitate smooth transition from gear to gear. If you notice any abnormalities when shifting gears or any delayed response to your input, it is a sure sign that the Gearbox has to be inspected
Sometimes we might hear unfamiliar noises coming from our engines that we might brush off. However, these may just be the early warning signs that damage has occurred with the internal gears and should be checked out as soon as possible.
Jerky car movements can be due to an issue with the transmission pump within the gearbox. The gears themselves might have also worn out, where grinding noises can be heard at the same time. These signs must not be treated lightly and should be looked into by a professional to prevent long term damage to the transmission system.
While driving, you might notice a smell of burning and that might be a huge indicator that something is wrong within the vehicle. However, this could also be due to the transmission fluid of the vehicle overheating. To be on the safe side, it would always be better to send it in for inspection to make sure.
Leakage of transmission fluid can be due to different causes. One such cause could be due to a gap in your transmission system. Leaks can also be a result of wear and tear, possibly due to damage on the fluid lines caused by road debris over time.
The changing of transmission fluid depends from car to car. The usage and mileage will play a part in determining the regularity of change. It is also recommended to check the fluid to detect and irregularity such as change in color, which would be a sign of deterioration of parts in the system. It is advisable to consult a trained professional to determine if a change in transmission fluid is required.