There are a number of things that may cause a transmission to fail; overheating, debris in the wrong place, or the natural wear and tear on transmission components, to name a few. However, these factors are not the leading cause of transmission failure. Take it from The Brake Shop in Mesa - the number one cause is neglected maintenance.
The Holidays are just a few days away! If you’re like us, for many of you that means travelling this holiday season. Here are some travel tips from The Brake Shop in Mesa to make sure your Holiday journey is a safe one.
“Water pump” is a term you’ve most likely heard in conversations about vehicles. But what is it, what does it actually do, and how do you know if you need a new one? At The Brake Shop in Mesa, we know the answers to these questions, and soon you will too.
Our goal at The Brake Shop in Mesa is to provide you with the best transmission service possible. One way we do that is by helping you understand a little more about your transmission and the way it works. Knowledge about your vehicle and its systems allow you to catch problems when they arise and deal with them appropriately, saving you money and easing some of the stress of car ownership. You probably already know how to check your oil, and when to change it. Checking and maintaining transmission fluid is something people tend to understand far less about, however. Here’s what you need to know.