Automatic Transmission Repairs – A week in the Workshop
Each week brings us a different challenge and this week the automatic transmission specialists at Stephens Engineering have been busy repairing automatic gearboxes and fault finding. We have carried out a number of automatic transmission repairs this week and here is a snapshot of what we see in our workshop:
2011 Mercedes Sprinter van with a loss of drive, the transmission required a complete overhaul after we discovered water had leaked from radiator into the gearbox.
2005 Nissan X-Trail, this vehicle was referred to us from a local garage with a whine from the automatic gearbox or transfer case. We weren’t convinced that automatic transmission repairs were needed and this fault was found to be a front wheel bear which we replaced, saving our customer the cost and inconvenience of a complete automatic transmission rebuild.
Mercedes 500 cl with a loud whine in the lower gears. We stripped down and completely overhauled the gearbox, replacing the worn and damaged parts.
2011 Nissan Juke, this vehicle was juddering and stalling. We carried out a diagnostic text, after removing the sump discovered metal particles. Automatic transmission repairs were needed so the automatic transmission was removed and overhauled.
This week, we have carried automatic transmission repairs to a number of different models vehicles and also repaired faults that were unrelated to the automatic gearbox. When you bring your vehicle to Stephens Engineering, you’re bringing your vehicle to the automatic transmission specialists in Ware.
Contact us to book your vehicle in with Stephens Engineering.