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Manual Transmission Repair Services in Denver

A-Affordable Transmissions Center serves the Denver Metro area. We repair and rebuild, four, five and six speed manual transmissions. We have been rebuilding manual transmissions for so long, we remember when three speeds were still in service regularly. We offer manual transmission repair services on all cars and trucks, all makes and models.

Our South Denver Metro location is at 3485 S Zuni St, 80110.

Give us a call or email we have the experience to properly diagnose and we check your transmission for free.

Manual Transmission Repair Services

Warning Signs of a Manual Transmission Repair

Your manual transmission is typically very dependable. Manual transmissions do require to be serviced at intervals. Reference your owners manual for maintenance recommendations.

Modern cars are made with manual transmissions. Nothing is full proof. As sophisticated as these modern transmissions can be, errors can make those gearshifts considerably less smooth.

When a manual transmission fails, you might notice some strange sounds or vibrations when something goes awry with your vehicle’s transmission. In other situations, your transmission might shift gears in unpredictable ways, resulting in uneven speeds and inconsistencies while driving.

Your car may sound like it’s trying to go 100 miles per hour when it’s only traveling at 50, this is known as a clutch slipping in most cases. Additionally, there might be a few seconds delay when you shift each gear. You may also noise a grind during the transition of a shift.

This is typically known as failed synchronizer. Synchronizers are a part inside your manual transmission. Synchronizers are what allows a gear selection to made smoothly. Worn or damaged synchronizers can lead to further damage if the synchronizers are pushed to far.

While some of these problems might seem negligible in the moment, ignoring such issues could make the situation worse, decreasing the life of your manual transmission over time and increasing the costs to repair.

We Service ALL Types of Manual Transmissions

How Manual Transmissions Work

A manual transmissions internal rotating assemblies have many moving parts. Gears, bearings and synchronizers make up just a portion of the pieces inside a manual transmission. A manual transmissions gears are machined in a way that allows each gears tooth surface to mate very closely to each other.

Each manual transmissions gears, has a certain amount of teeth. The combined amount of teeth on a mating set of gears determines the manual transmissions gears ratio. When shifting a manual transmission, it takes multiple gears inside the manual transmission to get the end result.

Bearings support gears and shafts and allow the manual transmissions gears and shafts to turn smoothly. Synchronizers in a manual transmission are designed to stop the gears from spinning. A manual transmissions synchronizers also align the slider to a gear.

When the gears stop spinning inside the manual transmission, the slider, which is moved when you shift by the shift fork inside the manual transmission, locks additional teeth on the gears side (whatever gear your shifting into). The manual transmissions gears assemble is now locked into the gears side teeth and you have completed your shift.

When synchronizers fail, you may experience grinding or noises and a sensation in your manual transmissions shifter handle during the transmissions shift transition to the next gears selection.

Benefits of a Manual Transmission

Even with the steep learning curve, manual transmissions have some pretty amazing benefits. Manual transmissions can be dramatically cheaper in price as compared to an automatic transmission, this can come in handy when replacing or repairing a transmission.

With less moving parts, manual transmissions require less maintenance in the long run than their automatic counterparts. Repairs can eventually add up on a automatic transmissions.

The most required repair on a manual transmission usually is clutch replacement which is typically a fraction of automatic transmission costs.

For those that absolutely love to drive, control can be another huge benefit for a manual transmission. Knowing the performance of your vehicle is in your hands can be quite exciting.

While on the topic of performance, manual transmissions typically have less power loss, less weight and more acceleration.

If you have anymore questions regarding the benefits of a manual transmission or any other transmission repair service related questions, give the experts at A-Affordable Transmissions Center a call today! We look forward to helping you.

Why A-Affordable Transmissions Center For Manual Transmission Repair Services

A-Affordable Transmissions Center is one of the most highly respected manual transmission repair and transmission servicing centers in all of Denver, Colorado. We take the time to walk every customer through the repairs process. The initial inspection won’t cost you a cent. Rebuilt manual transmissions are done in house so you can expect educated answers to your questions and needs. We reuse the good parts and replace the bad. The parts that are bad can be bought, used, aftermarket new or OEM. We price it all three ways so you can choose. You’ll get a complete checklist of everything that needs to be repaired as well as what it estimate of what it will cost before any work begins. Don’t leave the health and safety of your car up to chance. Call A-Affordable Transmissions Center today for complete Manual transmission repair. We are reliable, fast and honest. Our technicians each have a minimum of 10 years experience rebuilding manual transmissions. We service all types of manual transmissions.


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Manual Transmission Repair Services