Transmission Flushes
in Altoona, PA

Bender’s Professionals Will Make Your Transmission Run Better

Additives in your vehicle’s transmission fluid can deplete over time, and many manufacturers recommend that it be replaced periodically. Bender’s Auto Service & Repair Inc. does affordable transmission flushes. A transmission flush is a procedure in which all of the oil in the transmission is removed, new oil is run through it using a special machine to eliminate grime and sludge, and then it is filled with new oil.

The process is used to remove debris and sludge and replace all of the used oil with new oil. Call Bender’s Auto Service & Repair Inc. at (814) 944-4619 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., or stop by the shop at 1711 4th Street in Altoona, PA for reliable auto repair.

Dirt, Grease and Sludge Affects Your Transmission

Sometimes there are signs that your vehicle needs a transmission flush. When a transmission is contaminated with dirt, grease, and sludge, it begins showing signs as if it does not have enough fluid. If you notice your transmission making strange sounds or grinding, you should check out the transmission fluid while the vehicle is still running or get your vehicle checked out at Bender’s Auto Service & Repair Inc. If the transmission fluid level is acceptable, your vehicle probably needs a transmission flush.

Signs that Your Vehicle Needs a Transmission Flush

  • Transmission Making Grinding or Strange Noises
  • Problems Shifting Gears
  • Slipping Gears
  • Your Vehicle Makes Unexpected Surges Forward or Backward
  • Delay in Vehicle Movement

Get Your Transmission Flushed Every 50,000 to 100,000 Miles

Many vehicle manufacturers recommend a transmission flush at 100,000 miles, but some car experts recommend a flush at 50,000 miles to keep your vehicle running at its best. Whenever you decide to get a transmission flush for your domestic or foreign car, truck, SUV, minivan, or van, Bender’s Auto Service & Repair Inc.’s team of ASE-certified technicians will expertly perform the procedure. We use the latest equipment, tools, and diagnostics to do all of our work.