Services Offered at Puget Park Transmission
Transmission Repair - A transmission rebuild is a very in-depth
procedure. If you could see inside your vehicle's transmission you
would understand the complexity of rebuilding one. Choosing the
right transmission repair facility has a direct correlation with
the quality and longevity of your rebuilt transmission. We at Puget
Park Transmission have the expertise to build the highest quality
transmissions, ensuring you maximum value for your money. Our top
builder has over 25 years building experience and is an expert in
for a Transmission Rebuild
- The transmission
is removed from the vehicle, and transmission is disassembled.
- Parts are
inspected for damage; an assessment is made by a knowledgeable
transmission technician of part(s) that caused the transmission
to fail. A list is made of all parts needed. Other parts inside
the transmission that are not well within manufacturer specifications
are replaced. (This ensures a well built transmission.)
is notified for repair authorization, and informed of what parts
are needed for the rebuild.
- Quality parts
are purchased for your vehicles' transmission.
case and parts are thoroughly cleaned in a parts washing machine.
is reassembled, friction plates, bushings, all gasket seals and
the vehicles torque converter is replaced. Vehicle is test driven
for final approval, and customer is notified of completion.
Transmission Repair - The same steps are taken as for the automatic
transmission, if applicable to the standard.
Clutch Repair -
All new quality parts; clutch disk, pressure plate, T/O bearing,
**Note: In the
automotive industry there are varying degrees in the quality of
automotive parts. We use the highest quality parts available for
clutch repairs. Using high quality parts will make your clutch last
longer and work smoother.
for a Clutch Repair
- Remove the
transmission, clutch and flywheel.
- Remove pilot
bearing ( if applicable)
- Check the
hydraulics (if applicable)
- Surface flywheel-remove
uneven surfaces on flywheel and make it smooth again
- Clean and
inspect bearing retainer, release fork and ball
- Lube ball
and fork release bearing
- Install flywheel
new release bearing, pilot bearing and pressure plate and disk
- Check fluid
in the transmission
- Test drive
vehicle and make any necessary adjustments