Manual/Standard Transmission Repair & Service

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Manual Transmission Repair:

Standard or manual transmissions are so-called because the driver must manually shift, as opposed to the transmission automatically shifting. Even after the advent of the automatic transmission, manual transmissions remained the dominant choice for several decades. Today, they are much more rare with only 6.5% of new cars in the U.S. sold with manual transmissions.

Manual Transmission Repair

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Northwest Metro Denver: Call (303) 421-4140
Southwest Metro Denver: Call (303) 922-4102
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A clutch problem can feel like a transmission problem. Our TrueTest™️ Inspection will determine what the problem is.

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When do I need to have my manual transmission checked?

Like most things with your vehicle, if you notice a change in operation, you should have it checked immediately by a manual transmission mechanic. Common symptoms of an issue with your manual transmission are that it will become hard to shift or grind during shifting. Grinding can happen when shifting up or down to a lower gear. Diagnosis requires a condensed version of our inspection process. Diagnostics are the best way to get to the bottom of any issue, which is why we don’t charge our customers for our TrueTest Transmission Inspection. This process encompasses everything from a full computer diagnostic scan to a road test.

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Should I have the fluid changed in my manual transmission?

Yes, but you should refer to your owner’s manual first. The interval depends on the type and weight of fluid used in your transmission. We would caution that some manufacturers consider their fluid “lifetime” fluid. While we agree fluids have improved over the years, they will not last forever. In these cases, we recommend that this fluid be changed between 80,000 miles and 100,000 miles.

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