At Brooksville Transmissions, Inc., there’s a reason we’re the top rated truck repair center in Brooksville, FL; we do it all. While many shops shy away from the more complicated aspects of truck repair, we have the tools and people to get the job done.
At Brooksville Transmissions, Inc. in Brooksville, FL, our mechanics are well trained and qualified to service any type of transmission, in any car, truck, or SUV. If your car is equipped with four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, you probably know that your transmission is somewhat complicated, and therefore requires professional attention. Our technicians possess the knowledge, ability, and equipment necessary to keep your 4WD or AWD vehicle reliably on the road, and ready for any driving condition, any time. For all your transmission repair or maintenance needs, call or come by Brooksville Transmissions, Inc. today.
At Brooksville Transmissions, Inc. in Brooksville, FL, our mechanics have diagnosed and repaired every transmission problem in the book. We’d like to pass some of our knowledge along to you, in order to help you understand your transmission a little better. Here, we discuss the synchronizers in your manual transmission, and how to know if one of yours is faulty.
While transmissions are extremely complicated and it takes a professional hand to work on one, taking care of the one you have isn’t difficult. At Brooksville Transmissions, Inc. in Brooksville, FL, we understand the importance of caring for your transmission properly, so that it stays in good condition for as long as possible.
Your vehicle configuration determines how it should be properly towed to avoid transmission damage. Specifically, it matters if your vehicle is front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive and whether it’s an automatic or a manual. From the professionals at Brooksville Transmissions, Inc. in Brooksville, FL, here’s how to tow your vehicle:
At Brooksville Transmissions, Inc. in Brooksville, FL, we’ve seen and diagnosed every warning light in the book. Many people ignore their check engine light, and while it isn’t advised, often get away with it. Transmission warning lights are different, however. Here's what it means and what you should do when it comes on.