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Transmission Maintenance Service Butte MT

Transmission maintenance service may include a transmission flush, transmission filter change, transmission fluid replacement, used pan gasket replacement, and transmission fluid leak check. See below to learn more and to gain access to transmission service centers in Butte, MT.

Certified Transmission and Auto
(406) 494-1166
760 Dewey Boulevard
Butte, MT
Services
Transmission Repair

Gilboys Truck Repair and Towing
(406) 494-5500
8 Dewey Boulevard
Butte, MT
Services
AC and Heating Repair,Electrical Repair,Mobile Auto Repair,Mufflers Repair,Transmission Repair,Truck Parts

Mac Donald Auto Repair
(406) 723-5791
417 S Main Street
Butte, MT
Services
Transmission Repair

Milos Auto Truck Rv Repair
(406) 723-4140
200 Centennial Avenue
Butte, MT
Services
AC and Heating Repair,RV and Camper Repair,Transmission Repair

Baker Towing and Repair
(406) 782-4743
521 Cobban Street
Butte, MT
Services
Engine Repair,Transmission Repair,Truck Parts

P and M Transmission
(406) 782-7324
810 E Iron Street
Butte, MT
Services
Transmission Repair

Professional Repair
(406) 494-1112
1750 Four Mile View Road
Butte, MT
Services
AC and Heating Repair,Transmission Repair

Berge Automotive
(406) 723-3603
2211 Harvard Avenue
Butte, MT
Services
Engine Repair,Transmission Repair

Lisac Tire
(406) 782-4294
2109 Yale Avenue
Butte, MT
Services
Auto Glass Repair,Transmission Repair

Baker Towing and Repair
(406) 782-4743
521 Cobban Street
Butte, MT
Services
Engine Repair,Transmission Repair,Truck Parts

How an Automotive Transmissions Works

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There are primarily two types of transmission styles, automatic and manual (stick shift) the power generated from the engine is transferred into the transmission through an input shaft. Most automatic transmissions have a service filter in the transmission pan that needs to be changed at manufacturer's specified intervals. When servicing an automatic transmission a complete fluid flush is recommended, there are many passages inside the transmission and a complete flush is best.

The driver can select a mode by maneuvering the gear shift lever which is placed on the steering column or next to the driver seat on the right. In most cars it is necessary to depress the brake pedal before the gear selector can be moved from the Park position. Most vehicles gear selection consists of  park, reverse, neutral, overdrive, drive, second and first gear in that order. The park or P mode locks the transmission mechanically. This restricts movement of car in any direction. This is achieved using a metal rod that engages the output shaft and prohibits movement.

An automatic transmission allows automatically changing the gear ratios by determining the speed and load of the engine. From the 1950s, cars have been manufactured with automatic transmissions. The automatic transmission is controlled by selecting a desired gear from the hydraulic gear engagement system.


Automatic Transmission Gear Range Selector

Inside the Automatic Transmission

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