Engle Automotive
Auto Repair in Loveland

808 North Denver Ave.
Loveland, CO 80537
(970) 635-9760

We are a Christian Business

Hours of Operation
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday - Friday
7:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday
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Transmission Repair

Transmission Service

The transmission sends power from the engine to the rest of the driveline using a complex set of gears. The transmission allows the vehicle to move from a standing start to more than 100 mph while keeping engine RPMs within a fixed range. The transmission also enables both forward and reverse motion without affecting the engine. Transmissions have evolved a lot over the years, and today there are three general types: Automatic, Manual and Semi-Automatic Transmissions.

Automatic Transmissions
Automatic transmissions automatically select the ideal gear based on accelerator pedal position, vehicle speed, engine speed, and road conditions. Power from the engine is transmitted through a torque converter, then to the internal gears that shift automatically using hydraulic pressure from the transmission fluid. Automatic transmissions began with just two gears, but now there are as many as eight speeds.

Manual Transmissions
Manual transmissions give the driver full shifting control. To change gears, the driver presses a clutch pedal, which disengages the engine from the rest of the drivetrain, and then uses a shifter to change gears. Depressing the clutch pedal generates hydraulic pressure in the clutch master cylinder, which applies the pressure to the clutch slave cylinder and disengages the clutch. A clutch cable performs the same function in older cars. The clutch assembly consists of a clutch disc, a clutch pressure plate, and a clutch release bearing. Since the 1960s, manual transmissions have grown from three to six speeds.

Semi-Automatic Transmissions
Semi-automatic transmissions are relatively new hybrid transmissions that combine the driver control of manuals with the driving ease of automatics. Although some semi-automatics use a torque converter with electronic manual shifting buttons, more advanced semi-automatics-from makers such as Audi and Volkswagen-use a clutch disc system for quicker, crisp-performance shifting.

  • We repair Automatic, Manual, or Semi-Automatic Transmissions
  • Automatic Transmission Repairs
    Is your transmission slipping? Have Engle Auto diagnose any issue your transmission is having.
  • Clutch Repairs or Replacements
    Is your gears grinding or out of sync? Engle Auto can give you the best solution for any manual transmission or clutch problem you maybe having.

Engle Automotive performs a thorough diagnosis of your car's automatic transmission. If your vehicle's problem cannot be corrected by adjustments or repairs external to your automatic transmission, then a complete automatic transmission repair will be recommended to you.

Our knowledgeable service advisors will be happy to provide answers for all your auto repair needs. To schedule an appointment, get a Free Estimate or any questions please call (970) 635-9760 or Contact Us.

We Service All Makes & Models Including:

Acura Motor Company Audi Motor Company Cadillac Motor Company BMW Motor Company Cheverolet Motor Company Dodge Motor Company Ford Motor Company General Motors Motor Company Honda Motor Company Hyundai Motor Company Lexus Motor Company Mazda Motor Company Mitshubishi Motor Company Nissan Motor Company Saturn Motor Company Toyota Motor Company Volkswagon Motor Company
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