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Benefits of doing business with AAMCO:

  • Reputable, with nationwide presence
  • Experienced, highly trained technicians
  • Latest and greatest diagnostic tools and equipment
  • Free towing with rebuilt transmission or major repair
  • Financing upon credit approval
  • Extended warranties, service contracts and fleet management contracts accepted

At AAMCO, we thoroughly diagnose every vehicle before any auto repair. We provide an estimate for and explanation of any recommended auto repair. And we stand behind our work – all of our work is backed by a nationwide warranty.

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Services we offer:

  • External and check engine light diagnostic services
  • Computer and electrical diagnostic checks (engine and transmission)
  • Automatic transmission repair, rebuilding and upgrading
  • Clutch and clutch hydraulic repair and replacement
  • Manual transmission rebuilding and “swaps”
  • Transfer case repair and rebuilding
  • Differential rebuilding
  • Brake service and repair
  • Engine tune-ups and replacements
  • Auto repair and factory recommended service
  • Fleet maintenance programs for both local and nationwide fleets
  • Air Conditioning Repair and Service
  • Vehicle Cooling Systems (Radiator)

Cars and light trucks we have experience diagnosing and repairing:

  • All Makes and Models Foreign and Domestic
  • Front Wheel Drive
  • 4 Wheel Drive, 2 Wheel Drive
  • All Wheel Drive
  • Light Cars and Trucks
  • Fleet Vehicles – Grumman Trucks, Box Vans, Cutaways and Stakebeds

AAMCO Keller is a full-service, ASE- (Automotive Service Excellence) certified Auto Repair shop qualified to perform scheduled maintenance and repairs on all Domestic cars, Trucks, European and Asian. We are dedicated to providing superior, competent and courteous service at a level that is unsurpassed in the industry. Our state-of-the-art equipment, factory-trained and certified technicians, and customer service come together for to provide you with a great auto repair experience.

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Free A/C Diagnostic Includes:

  • Attach A/C machine to test line pressures
  • Do visual check for leaks
  • Check operation of compressor
  • Check drive belts for cracks or damage

Don’t let an air conditioning system that’s not working properly make you lose your cool—take your automobile, truck or SUV to AAMCO for air conditioning inspection, diagnosis and service. The service could be as simple as a recharge of the refrigerant—or the inspection could call for other service, like a new compressor.

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Your air conditioning belt drives many other components in your automobile, meaning a broken belt can have a much worse impact than simply an uncomfortable trip. It takes an expert to tell, so take your automobile to AAMCO Keller and let the mechanics give you the peace of mind knowing that your automobile will keep you cooler and safer.

Signs that your automobile may have a malfunctioning air conditioning system include:

  • Your air conditioner blows only hot air from the vents
  • The air conditioner blows cold only sporadically
  • There are noises when you run your air conditioner

AAMCO Keller Air Conditioning Service begins with our state-of-the-art air conditioning system diagnostic test. This diagnosis includes:

  • Inspection of the air conditioning compressor drive belt for cracks or damage
  • Inspection of all air conditioning-related components for leaks or damage
  • A check for proper operation of the air conditioning compressor and other components prior to service
  • Testing lines, hoses, seals, and other system components for leaks

Depending on the results of the diagnosis, the system is then serviced only as required to ensure proper operation, which might include:

  • Evacuate refrigerant from the system
  • Recharge the system using the appropriate refrigerant to the exact system capacity according to the automobile manufacturer’s specifications
  • Perform any necessary service on compressor, evaporator, condenser, and electrical controls
  • Recheck the system to ensure proper operation.

While your automobile is at the center, an AAMCO Keller certified mechanic will also perform a 36-point ProtectCheck Inspection. Your automobile, truck or SUV will get a thorough going-over to make sure all of the major systems are in good working order.

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An AAMCO Tune-up Service includes:

Installation of new spark plugs, and if so equipped we will perform the following:
idle speed adjustment, set timing as needed, inspect choke, throttle linkage, spark plug wires and distributor cap

  • Comprehensive performance check to verify that no driveability or computer system trouble codes exist
  • Plus our 36-point ProtectCheck Inspection to ensure all of your vehicle’s critical systems are in good working order

A good, thorough tune up can be a lifesaver in how well your car runs, saving money on fuel, and prolonging the life of the car. Most experts recommend doing or having a tune up done every year or every 30,000 miles. Scheduling regular in depth tune ups for your car is an excellent way to prolong the life of the car, avoid costly repairs, and ensure the best gas mileage. With gas prices at an all time high, this simple maintenance regime can save you at the pumps.

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A tune-up is the process of inspecting and adjusting all of the systems in your vehicle that contribute to fuel combusting efficiently. How do you know when you need a tune-up service? If you keep track of your gas mileage and it worsens by 10% or more, it’s time for a tune-up. Many drivers also seek a tune-up when experiencing any type of driveability problem for their car, truck or SUV. Check your car’s owner manual or come in to your local AAMCO center to see the recommended interval for tune-ups and/or spark plug replacement for your specific vehicle.

Vehicle Maintenance

If you’re like many drivers you may follow the factory maintenance schedule while your car or truck is under warranty but once your warranty expires it’s easy to let proper maintenance slip – just when it’s most critical!

Automotive manufacturers know that a well maintained car, truck or SUV increases owner satisfaction because the vehicle is more dependable and will last longer. That’s why the manufacturer (“factory”) creates detailed maintenance schedules outlining specific operations to be performed on various components and systems. This is done at different mileage intervals to ensure proper operation and prevent premature wear.

Your vehicle’s manufacturer also indicates which services are required to maintain the factory warranty and extended warranty. The experts at AAMCO know your car like your dealer and can provide the maintenance services you need. We’re here to help you keep in warranty or keep track of your maintenance needs long after your car is out of warranty. Click on each of the services below to find out more about each of the services available at AAMCO.

  • Air Filtration Replacement Service
  • Fuel System Cleaning Service
  • Automatic Transmission Fluid Services
  • Full Service Oil, Lube & Filter Change
  • Battery Maintenance Services
  • Light Bulb Replacement Service
  • Brake System Fluid Service
  • Serpentine Belt Replacement Service
  • Cabin Air Filter Service
  • Tire Rotation Service
  • Cooling System Service
  • Wiper Blade Replacement Service
  • Fuel Filter Replacement Service

Air Filtration Replacement Service

Clean air is better. A clean air filter helps your car, truck or SUV perform better.
A typical Air Filtration Replacement Service at AAMCO includes:

  • Replacement of the air filter, to improve gas mileage, engine performance, and acceleration.
  • Replacement of the breather element, if needed, to help keep contaminants out of the engine oil.
  • Replacement of the PCV Valve, if needed, to reduce fumes, air pollution and wear on engine parts.

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AAMCO Emission & Exhaust System Services include the following components:

  • Catalytic converter
  • Oxygen sensor
  • EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) Valves and Sensors
  • Muffler
  • Exhaust pipes
  • Exhaust manifold
  • Resonator
  • Tail pipes
  • Brackets, clamps and hardware

Because the emission and exhaust system is mounted to the bottom of your vehicle, it is subject to some abuse from potholes, rough roads, and the like. Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide and other substances which can be dangerous if they are flowing into the passenger compartment. It is a good idea to have your emission and exhaust system checked about once a year to ensure it is functioning safely and quietly.

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Stop smoking with AAMCO’s exhaust and emission services

Whether your exhaust is blowing smoke or making noise or anything in between, AAMCO provides complete exhaust services. The emission and exhaust system starts at the engine of your car, truck or SUV and runs through exhaust pipes connected to your engine cylinders, to the oxygen sensors and the catalytic converter, and then to the muffler and to the tailpipe.

  • Exhaust pipes collect exhaust gases
  • Oxygen sensors analyze the gases and sends the information to the vehicle’s computer
  • The catalytic converter refines the gases into less harmful gases and water vapor
  • The muffler directs the gases through a series of baffles that reduce noise and help the engine run smoother.

This inspection is included in AAMCO’s 36-point ProtectCheck® Inspection. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of exhaust system problems-noises like a steady roar, rattling, hissing, or metallic vibrations, or colored smoke from the tailpipe-have your vehicle inspected as soon as possible.

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Wheel Alignment Check

  • We will check vehicle suspension and steering systems, including tire pressure and condition
  • Place vehicle on an alignment rack, where laser sensors are mounted and measure the current alignment settings
  • Print initial tire alignment readings

Why is a wheel alignment important for my vehicle?

  • Proper wheel alignments can help improve your driver safety, create a smoother ride, and help increase fuel efficiency
  • Alignments could save you hundreds of dollars on replacing tires due to premature tread wear

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Alignment ImageTire Alignments that Keeps You on the Straight and Narrow

When your tire alignment is off, your ability to drive safely is compromised. Sometimes misaligned wheels can be obvious – your car pulls to one side of the road or your steering wheel has a vibration in it from balancing issues. In some cases, it can be subtle and the you won’t even notice. That’s why regular tire alignment checks are a good idea . The better maintenance you keep, the longer your car will run healthily. If your car alignment feels off – or if it’s simply been a while – come see us at AAMCO Total Car Care and our alignment experts will take a look. When your wheels are aligned, your car handles better and prevents premature tire wear. Wheel alignments from AAMCO Total Car Care means long lasting, optimal performance. Our technicians know how to keep your car running straight and smooth.

Just want to check in and make sure your car is in alignment? Get peace of mind with our alignment check.

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Great reasons to get your alignment checked:

Wheel alignments help provide optimal tire wear and vehicle handling

AAMCO Total Car Care alignment specialists measure and correct wheel angles so they’re set to vehicle manufacturer specifications. They also:

  • Completely inspect steering and suspension systems
  • Adjust wheel angles so they’re perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other

When should I bring my vehicle in for a wheel alignment?

Most manufacturers recommend getting a 4-wheel alignment at least once a year or when any of the following events occur:

  • After purchasing a set of new tires
  • After a collision, accident, or hitting a large pothole
  • When replacing suspension or steering parts
  • If you feel your vehicle pulling to one side when driving
  • If your steering feels unstable or you feel a vibration
  • If your tires are wearing unevenly or squeal on turns

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An AAMCO Full Service Oil, Lube & Filter Change includes:

  • Up to 5 quarts of engine oil
  • New oil filter
  • Lubrication of all grease fittings on your vehicle, as applicable
  • Plus AAMCO’s 36-point ProtectCheck Inspection, to ensure all major systems in your vehicle is in good working order.

Most technicians agree that changing the engine oil and filter on a regular basis is the single most important maintenance service for your car, truck or SUV. Refer to your car’s owners manual for the factory’s recommendation on oil changes

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Full Service Oil, Lube & Filter Change

We Price Match Competitors Advertised Prices. No you can get the service and the price you deserve! Call us now or come on in.

If you are an iPhone user, download our FREE I-gAAuge application for your maintenance schedule. If you are often in stop-and-go traffic, city driving, or go on frequent short trips, you may want to change your oil more often.

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Visit AAMCO now if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Your vehicle has recently overheated
  • Your coolant or temperature light comes on
  • Your temperature gauge reads higher or lower than normal
  • Your heater does not work

Did you know that overheating is the most common cause of mechanical breakdowns on the road? And that overheating can cause severe damage to the engine and the transmission? Maintaining your vehicle’s radiator, fluids and cooling system is essential to keeping you and your old friend on the road. Call AAMCO in Keller TX today!

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Coolant (anti-freeze) protects your engine from overheating and from freezing. The coolant’s effectiveness can diminish over time and lose many of its protective properties, causing your radiator to rust and corrode. The cooling system itself can get clogged with built-up deposits from oil, grease, scale, hose decomposition and other materials.

Most drivers know it’s recommended that a vehicle’s oil should be changed at regular intervals. Drivers typically don’t realize, however, about the proper intervals for changing their vehicle’s other vital fluids. For the cooling system, check your car’s owner manual to see the recommended interval for changing the coolant in your vehicle.

Visit your local AAMCO technician for an AAMCO Cooling System Service and get a 36-point ProtectCheck Inspection performed on your vehicle at no additional cost.

Radiator, Thermostat and Heater Services
The certified technicians at AAMCO have years of experience in working with radiators, thermostats and the complete cooling system, due to the cooling system’s critical impact on proper transmission operation. Any of the following signs could indicate your vehicle needs service or repairs to the cooling system:

  • The vehicle is running hot or overheating
  • Leaking of a green fluid
  • Belts or hoses that have not been replaced during the past 4 years.

Your local AAMCO center can repair or replace any of the following components of the cooling system:

  • Radiator, radiator cap, radiator hoses and radiator fan or fan clutch
  • Thermostats
  • Water pumps
  • Fan belts and serpentine belts
  • Temperature sensors
  • Heater cores and hoses

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Alternator

The alternator generates direct current for recharging the battery and also powers vehicle electrical loads.

Battery

Batteries are the backbone of the electrical system and work the hardest in cold weather. If you live in an exceptionally cold climate, you may want to consider upgrading to the largest capacity available for your vehicle.

Lighting, Fuses, Circuits, Switches & Starter

Cars have a variety of lights: headlights, parking lights, brake lights, turn signals, dome lights, and more. Lights are a critical safety component in your vehicle and you should be alert for any malfunctions. Fuses, circuits and switches also control many other functions in today’s vehicle, from power seats to power windows to just about any accessory or feature in the vehicle.

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Alternator Maintenance and Care

It is a good idea to have your car, truck or SUVs entire starting system tested periodically. This will determine if your car’s alternator is putting out the correct amount of current and voltage. A problem alternator could cause a battery to discharge, improper operation of lights and/or accessories, even erratic engine operation. Your local AAMCO center can provide you with a comprehensive starting, charging and battery test.

Battery Maintenance and Care

Make sure the battery is securely mounted because vibrations can have an impact on the battery’s performance and life. The battery and connections should be checked at every oil change (and are inspected as part of AAMCO’s ProtectCheck). Unlike other components in your car or truck, the battery does not give warning signs when it is near failure. However, if it is hard to start, or you experience a delay after turning the key in the ignition, have your battery checked as soon as possible. Please refer to your owner’s manual for factory recommended maintenance intervals for your specific vehicle. Your local AAMCO center can provide you with a comprehensive starting, charging and battery test.

Lighting, Fuses, Circuits, Switches & Starter Maintenance and Care

The operation of your critical exterior lights should be checked at every oil change (and are inspected as part of AAMCO’s ProtectCheck). Potential causes include bad bulbs, switches, and fuses. Your AAMCO center can assist you with any malfunctions in your lighting system and replacement of circuits, fuses and switches.

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When the light comes on, turn to AAMCO to check it out and get the repairs you need to get back on the road – lights out and worry-free!

Thousands of drivers across the US, Canada and Puerto Rico trust AAMCO when their Check Engine light comes on. So our experts put together this quick guide to help you understand that mysterious glowing light!

What is my CHECK ENGINE or SERVICE ENGINE SOON light?

All modern vehicles are equipped with an onboard computer diagnostic system (OBDII) that constantly monitors your vehicle’s major operating systems and most importantly the power-train (engine and transmission). The main purpose of monitoring these systems is to insure that the vehicle is operating at top efficiency with the lowest possible emissions.

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As fuel economy and emission control has become increasingly important and complex, your vehicle’s electronics systems need to constantly adjust and fine-tune various parameters according to driving conditions (such as vehicle load, temperature, and air/fuel mix to name just a few). When the computer reads that any of these parameters do not fall within the acceptable range for operating the vehicle, your CHECK ENGINE LIGHT is lit to warn you that you may have a serious problem and to take your vehicle to a certified technician – such as your local AAMCO technician – to check the faults and restore it to manufacturer’s specifications.

What is the FREE check?

Reading the codes from your car’s computer system is similar to a doctor measuring your blood pressure when you schedule a visit. High blood pressure doesn’t tell the doctor what is wrong with you it simply lets the doctor know there is something wrong and points him or her in the right direction to find out what it is. Just like the CHECK ENGINE LIGHT codes tell your AAMCO technician there is something wrong and points him or her in the right direction, too. If the code indicates a problem with your O2 (oxygen) sensor system, it doesn’t necessarily mean you need a new O2 sensor. Be wary of garages that read your code and tell you immediately that you need a major repair.

What does the CHECK ENGINE LIGHT usually mean?

There are hundreds of codes that could trigger your CHECK ENGINE LIGHT for dozens of reasons each. Even the most common reasons can have many possible causes. Some top CHECK ENGINE LIGHT codes are:

  • Problem with the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor or circuit. You may not notice any serious drivability problems, although there may be symptoms such as a general decrease in power or sluggishness. This could be caused by a simple connection problem of the sensor, a wiring connection may be bad or dirty or the Mass Air Flow sensor may be faulty.
  • System Running Too Lean. An oxygen sensor detected a lean condition (too much oxygen in the exhaust). You may notice a lack of power, detonation (spark knock), and/or a hesitation/surge on acceleration which could be caused by a dirty Mass Air Flow sensor or air filter, or a vacuum or exhaust leak in the system.
  • System Running Too Rich: The oxygen sensor detected a rich condition (or a too-high fuel to oxygen ratio). You may experience misfires with this condition. This condition can be caused by a dirty or faulty Mass Air Flow sensor, air filter, a blockage or restriction in the airstream, a fuel pressure, fuel injector, or fuel delivery problem.
  • Cylinder Misfire: A P0300 series of codes indicates a random or multiple misfire in your engine. You may find your engine harder to start, the engine may stumble, idle rough, and/or hesitate among other driveability symptoms. This could mean anything from faulty spark plugs or spark plug wires, a bad ignition coil, a vacuum or air leak, to a serious mechanic problem in your engine. This code is serious when flashing and can cause faulty catalytic converter(s).
  • Knock Sensor Circuit Malfunction: Your vehicle’s computer constantly adjusts and retimes the engine so that it doesn’t produce harmful pre-ignition detonation or knock. With this malfunction you may notice drivability problems including -not surprisingly-knocks and a lack of power and hesitation. It could mean the knock sensor is faulty and needs to be replaced, that there is a wiring short/fault in the knock sensor circuit, or that you have other problems that the knock sensor cannot control.
  • Insufficient EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) Flow: Your vehicle recirculates exhaust back into the combustion chamber to better achieve optimal combustion chamber temperature and to reduce NOX (a harmful greenhouse gas). This light triggers when there is insufficient EGR flow in the combustion chamber and you may notice a pinging when the vehicle is at higher speeds. There may also be other symptoms. It could be a faulty sensor, valve or blockage in the EGR (tube) from a carbon buildup.
  • Catalyst System Efficiency below Threshold : The oxygen sensor after the catalytic converter is detecting that the converter is not working as efficiently as it should be (according to specs). You will likely not even notice any drivability problems though your vehicle may have anything from an oxygen sensor not reading (functioning) properly to a damaged exhaust manifold, or a bad catalytic converter.

And these are just a few of the hundreds of codes, causes, and symptoms. Each has multiple fixes. So come by today for a Free Check Engine Light Check.

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At AAMCO, we know that budgets can be stretched today so we try to fit your budget with the most economical way to solve your transmission problem. If a remanufactured or rebuilt transmission doesn’t fit your budget, then ask us about used transmissions that come with a warranty.

Normally saving you hundreds of dollars, a used transmission can be the best way to go for your budget. Give us a call or stop in today!

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Discover The Difference Of An Aamco Rebuilt Transmission

If an AAMCO Transmission Multi-Point Inspection diagnosis determines you need a rebuilt transmission, you’ll discover the difference that rebuilding your transmission by an AAMCO expert technician can mean. Your rebuilt transmission is backed by the strongest nationwide warranty in the business – up to the life of your car depending on your needs.

When an AAMCO master technician rebuilds your transmission, there’s no fear of a defective replacement unit. And because it is rebuilt using the original unit by an on-site expert technician, you know it’s right! He’ll completely disassemble your transmission, rebuild it with quality parts, thoroughly clean and inspect your transmission’s internal and external components, reinstall your transmission, refill the fluid, make any external adjustments and road test to ensure all of the problems you noticed prior to AAMCO’s service are corrected. You get peace of mind that your transmission has been rebuilt to AAMCO’s exacting quality standards and backed with a nationwide warranty.

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Benefits of doing business with AAMCO:

  • Reputable, with nationwide presence
  • Experienced, highly trained technicians
  • Latest and greatest diagnostic tools and equipment
  • Free towing with rebuilt transmission or major repair
  • Financing upon credit approval
  • Extended warranties, service contracts and fleet management contracts accepted

Timing Belt
The majority of today’s vehicles have timing belts, although some still use timing chains. The timing belt drives and synchronizes important components of the engine

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Timing Belt
The majority of today’s vehicles have timing belts, although some still use timing chains. The timing belt drives and synchronizes important components of the engine.

Maintenance and Care:
Please refer to your owner’s manual for timing belt maintenance information for your specific vehicle; there is likely a specified mileage interval where replacement is required. If you have any questions or concerns, a trained technician at your local AAMCO center can pinpoint any potential problems, potentially saving you money and the inconvenience of a breakdown.

AAMCO Keller is a full-service, ASE- (Automotive Service Excellence) certified Auto Repair shop qualified to perform scheduled maintenance and repairs on all Domestic cars, Trucks, European and Asian. We are dedicated to providing superior, competent and courteous service at a level that is unsurpassed in the industry. Our state-of-the-art equipment, factory-trained and certified technicians, and customer service come together for to provide you with a great auto repair experience.

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Benefits of doing business with AAMCO:

  • Reputable, with nationwide presence
  • Experienced, highly trained technicians
  • Latest and greatest diagnostic tools and equipment
  • Free towing with rebuilt transmission or major repair
  • Financing upon credit approval
  • Extended warranties, service contracts and fleet management contracts accepted

Car Engine Repair

Maintain a healthy engine with our expert engine repair service.

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By taking care of your car engine, it has a better chance of lasting for the long haul. If you stay on top of your engine maintenance and tend to any engine repairs immediately, you’ll improve performance and your car or truck will last longer. With something as important as car engine repair, trust the experts at AAMCO in Keller TX.

Our care engine repair shop is locally owned/operated and has been servicing the greater Keller TX area for many years.   Give us a call today!

AAMCO Keller is a full-service, ASE- (Automotive Service Excellence) certified Auto Repair shop qualified to perform scheduled maintenance and repairs on all Domestic cars, Trucks, European and Asian. We are dedicated to providing superior, competent and courteous service at a level that is unsurpassed in the industry. Our state-of-the-art equipment, factory-trained and certified technicians, and customer service come together for to provide you with a great auto repair experience.

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For nearly 50 years, AAMCO Centers have become the trusted experts in the diagnosis, service and maintenance of transmissions. Call AAMCO first. Before starting any repair, we will perform our extensive TranScan diagnosis on your transmission.

Fixing your transmission problem right starts with diagnosing your problem right! That’s why we will perform our exclusive multi-point transmission scan service on every car before we do any transmission repair.

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Our exclusive Transmission Scan service includes all of these checks:

  • Check the level and condition of your transmission fluid
  • Check the level and condition of transfer case and differential fluid, where applicable.
  • Perform a road test, to experience first-hand any problems you have noticed, and to evaluate your car’s performance including:
    • Initial engagements
    • Each drive range
    • Upshift timing
    • Upshift quality
    • Downshift timing
    • Downshift quality
    • Passing gear
    • TCC engagement
    • Neutral
    • Reverse
    • Noises
    • Vibrations
    • 4×4 performance
    • Park-hold
  • Your vehicle will be placed on a lift to inspect the controls under the vehicle for any possible cause of the problem external to the transmission including:
    • Shift linkage or cable
    • Vaccuum connections
    • TV/detent cable/linkage
    • Engine performance
    • Harness connections
    • Ground connections
    • Engine idle
    • Mounts
    • Final drive
    • Axles and shafts
    • U-joints/CV joints
    • Fluid retention
    • Pan gasket
    • Wire condition
    • Scan the computer for trouble codes.

Your AAMCO expert technician will diagnose many transmission problems through this extensive external check and recommend the right repair for you. But AAMCO expert diagnostics don’t stop there. Even, if an initial check doesn’t diagnose your problem, we still won’t recommend a rebuilt transmission service until we know EXACTLY what is causing your problem.

Computer and Internal Diagnostics

Our advanced computer and internal diagnostics are the next level of diagnostics that ensure AAMCO technicians will only fix what needs fixing. Many transmission problems start in the computer system of today’s highly technical, computer-controlled vehicles – your transmission receives the wrong signals from your vehicle’s computer system. The AAMCO Computer Diagnostic Service is performed to determine if an electronic component is affecting your transmission’s shifting or overall performance and includes:

  • Using a computer system scanner to retrieve any trouble codes and to determine the probable cause. All critical computer systems in the vehicle are checked for trouble codes, because a variety of systems could cause driveability issues.
  • Reviewing the computer system data against our proprietary AAMCO technical database – the most extensive transmission computer diagnostic source available anywhere.
  • Connecting the AAMCO Kwiktest™ PlusBox to see whether the problem is inside or outside of the transmission in the computer system.

Your certified AAMCO center technician will also:

  • Check the electronic components
  • Check the solenoids and sensors
  • Check the wiring that effects the transmission, solenoids and sensors

Your AAMCO certified technician can then determine if an electronic component or part needs to be replaced, and make a recommendation for whatever service is necessary. It is our comprehensive diagnostic approach that sets AAMCO apart, so that you only get the repair you need and your car, truck or SUV is back on the road as soon as possible.

For nearly 50 years, AAMCO Centers have become the trusted experts in the diagnosis, service and maintenance of transmissions. Call AAMCO first. Before starting any repair, we will perform our extensive TranScan diagnosis on your transmission. And for over half the cars we service, we find only a minor repair is required. Call a competitor or local independent shop, and they may quote you a price for a transmission that you may not need!

If your transmission does require repair, AAMCO will rebuild your transmission right – not install a cheap junkyard unit. We will back it with the strongest nationwide warranty in the business – from our basic no-questions-asked nationwide warranty to our available iron-clad lifetime warranty!

Fixing your transmission problem right, starts with diagnosing your problem right! That’s why we will perform our exclusive multi-point TranScan service on every car before we do any transmission repair.

We have the technology and expert diagnosticians to pin-point the root of your transmission problems so we only repair what needs fixing and nothing more. Over half of the time, we’ll discover your transmission only requires a minor repair. It’s why AAMCO is the most trusted name in transmissions and has been for nearly 50 years.

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Your Brake Inspection Includes:

  • Road Test for symptoms
  • Visual inspection of shoes and calipers
  • Check fluid levels
  • Apply micrometer to rotors to test
  • Check for audible noises in braking system

Your brake system is a critical safety feature in your car, truck or SUV. Annual inspections and proper maintenance are important in order to ensure your safety and to avoid costly failures to the brake system. AAMCO certified technicians examine the entire braking system pads/shoes, hydraulic fluids, rotor/drum wear, calipers and wheel cylinders, brake hardware, hoses and lines, master cylinder, and the anti-lock system for vehicles so equipped.

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Brake Repair and Service:

Its important to note that there are two ways to determine whether or not the brake pads will need to be replaced:

1) Visually:
If you see that the depth of the pad is less that 1/4 inch. You need to replace it, and soon! If you see that its less than 1/8 inch, there isn’t any time to waste as you are getting really close on damaging the rotor. You need to then do it ASAP!

2) Audibly:
If you are hearing a screeching sound when you put your foot on the break, this is a bad sign. You are overdue for a reline. But, if it sounds more like scraping on metal, then you have damaged your rotors and you need to fix the brakes immediately otherwise you could cause major damage. It is also recommended that you try to get the rotors resurfaced or changed, judging by the damage.

Changing your brake pads too soon is much better than changing them too late. That way you will avoid more expensive repairs as well as unsafe driving!

Brake System Service

If you notice any of the signs of possible brake failure: squealing, grinding, other unusual noise when you apply the brakes, a brake pedal that can be depressed nearly to the floor, a brake warning light that stays lit. Have your brake system checked out as soon as possible.

AAMCO Brake System Service includes:

  • A thorough inspection of your vehicles entire braking system
  • Worn pads and shoes replaced
  • Wheel bearings repacked as needed
  • Lubrication for specified components
  • Rotor and drum resurfacing (may need replacement if wear is excessive)
  • Replacement of other components based on findings of inspection
  • Old brake fluid is replaced with fresh fluid
  • Adjust parking brake
  • Road test to ensure the entire braking system is operating properly