Commercial Truck Transmission Service Sioux Falls SD

Commercial truck transmission services can provide transmission inspection, transmission computer scans, transmission replacement, and rebuilt transmissions, and will address truck problems such as erratic shifting and slipping gears. Read on to learn more and for transmission services in Sioux Falls, SD.

Jack EGGE Automatic Transmission Service
(605) 336-3108
104 W 12th Street
Sioux Falls, SD
Services
Clutch Repair,Transmission Repair

Cheech and Mannys Family Auto Shop
(605) 271-5244
213 S Mable Ave, Range 100
Sioux Falls, SD
Services
Brake Repair,Transmission Repair,Tune up Repair

Transmissions Plus
(605) 336-3538
1909 E Rice Street
Sioux Falls, SD
Services
Transmission Repair

Jay EGGE Automatic Service
(605) 332-8338
7101 E Arrowhead Parkway
Sioux Falls, SD
Services
Transmission Repair

JandM Transmission Service Inc
(605) 368-2050
46947 100th Street
Tea, SD
Services
Transmission Repair

Barneys Auto Salvage Inc
(605) 338-7041
2700 N Cliff Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD
Services
Transmission Repair

Jims Automatic Transmission
(605) 339-0454
605 E 4th Street
Sioux Falls, SD
Services
Transmission Repair

All Tune and Lube
(605) 367-9088
4707 Arrowhead Parkway
Sioux Falls, SD
Services
Oil Change and Lube,AC and Heating Repair,Brake Repair,Engine Repair,Transmission Repair,Tune up Repair

Empire Transmission and Brake
(605) 361-4405
3101 S Shirley Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD
Services
Transmission Repair

Hostetler Repair LLC
(605) 647-5938
241 Sd Highway 44
Chancellor, SD
Services
Transmission Repair

Shift Enhancements for your Automatic

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The term "slushbox" was coined to describe the less-than-optimum shift characteristics of factory automatic transmission. All major manufacturers between the '50s and '70s offered mushy-shifting two- and three-speed automatics. To increase performance for non-standard uses such as towing or racing, automatics often received internal adjustments, machining and other refinements.

Nowadays, automatic transmissions are more popular than ever. Computer-controlled four and five-speed autos are in countless vehicles. How can you enhance the shifting elements of a computer-controlled transmission? By tuning the computer, of course. It's no longer necessary to drop the pan and access the valvebody to improve shifting—the trans processor can be reprogrammed to alter shift points and firmness.

The manufacturers' engineers must design transmissions that will be reliable in many different situations to accommodate everyone from the proverbial little old lady from Pasadena who only drives to church on Sunday to the tournament fisherman who tows his bass boat behind his "Cowboy Cadillac." So, actual transmission performance is muddled by other requirements like smoothness and ease of repair. The design must also be cost-effective to manufacture. The problem is that some drivers like firmer shifting, shift points at higher-than-factory rpm and quicker gear changes.

Author: Jim Brightly

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