AllState Transmissions & Auto Repair | Transmission Customer Testimonial

Affordable Transmission Repair in Dallas, Texas
Caring for your vehicle’s transmission is one of the most important aspects of keeping you safe on the road. As a result, you need to contact Allstate Transmission and Auto Repair at the first sign of trouble. We specialize in all types of transmission repair solutions, and we can ensure that your vehicle is running in top condition. Keep in mind that problems with your transmission can lead to all types of problems, including complete transmission failure. When this occurs, you may be driving down the highway or you may even find yourself stranded in the middle of nowhere alone. Don’t let a problem with your transmission become a disaster. Let Allstate Transmission and Auto Repair provide you with fast, affordable transmission repair solutions.
Advanced Transmission Repair Services
At Allstate Transmission and Auto Repair, we use the latest in automotive technology to complete transmission repair work on both imports and domestics. We can also repair transmission problems on standards and automatics, meaning no matter what type of vehicle you drive, if it needs transmission repair, we can get the job done. We guarantee that our transmission repair technicians will always provide you with all available options so that you can make the right choice for your vehicle and your budget, and our team strives to provide total customer service in all that we do.
Transmission Repair Options
There are several options when it comes to automatic transmission repair. Each has an advantage and disadvantage. Your choice depends on factors like cost, quality and how long it takes you to get your car back. Here are the options:
Rebuilt Transmissions
A rebuilt transmission is one where the transmission is disassembled and examined, worn or damaged parts are replaced (generally referred to as “hard harts”) and afterwards reassembled to factory specifications, along with new gaskets, seals, clutches and bands. These are commonly referred to as “soft parts”. Almost all transmissions now have electrical parts that need to be tested as well. Some of the electrical parts are inside the transmission and some of the electrical parts are attached on the outside of the transmission. The term “rebuilt” is typically used in a shop setting where the customer’s transmission is removed from the car, rebuilt and afterwards reinstalled. It is a custom procedure carried out by a specialist. Other terminologies you may hear that have the same meaning are “refurbished, reconditioned or overhauled”, they have the same meaning.
We keep up with all the updates available to your specific transmission. Many times after the manufacturing of a specific kind of transmission the manufacturer has updates that they incorporate in future models. The aftermarket also develops means to help these transmissions be more reliable. Incorporating hardened steel splines for example or a better friction clutch would be just a few examples of what can be done during the rebuild process. Much technology also goes into the testing and rebuilding of the valve body of transmissions. In many cases we will incorporate a shift kit or performance kit that will literally make the transmission perform better after we rebuild it than it did brand new off the assembly line. Our objective with each rebuild is to make it work as good or better then a new one.

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