The differentials on your Ford, Chevrolet, or Dodge diesel pickup are some of the hardest working components on your truck. At National Brake & Muffler in Griffin, GA, our technicians are experts in maintaining, repairing, and replacing differentials, keeping your truck working reliable just as much as you do.
At National Brake & Muffler in Griffin, our priority is keeping your transmission shifting smooth and running strong for years to come. While proper maintenance, driving habits, and a myriad of other conditions affect the life and reliability of a transmission, there are also ways to increase the overall efficiency of your unit, even above stock performance.
At National Brake & Muffler in Griffin, we know an important part of your ability to care for your transmission lies in your knowledge about how it works. Here is some information on the tow button, if your car, truck, or SUV is equipped with one.
For the most part, automatic transmissions are exactly that; automatic. However, there are a couple of components that require adjustment from time to time, to keep your transmission shifting like it should. At National Brake & Muffler in Griffin, our team of expert mechanics knows how to do just that.
You know how often to change your engine oil; but what about the gear oil in your standard shift transmission? Here’s a short guide, from National Brake & Muffler in Griffin. Unless you’re lucky enough to own a car with a transmission dipstick, inspecting the gear oil in a manual transmission is a lot more inconvenient than doing so with an automatic, or checking your engine oil. The car must be jacked up, supported, and the oil checked from underneath. As a result, you may just want to change it when the time is right. But how do you know when that time comes?
At National Brake & Muffler in Griffin, we understand the importance of proper transmission maintenance. Commercial trucks are heavy, and they rack in a lot of miles. With this combination, it’s essential the transmissions in your trucks are always performing their best. Here’s a few things to watch out for:
Whether you’ve never had any trouble out of your transmission, or you are all too familiar with transmission issues, you may wonder how often a transmission requires repair. In truth, it really just depends. There are hundreds of different transmissions, some more reliable than others, with different levels of stress demanded of them. Age, mileage, type, and usage are all aspects of the transmission condition.