Clutch Repair Diagnostics Tools

Are you experiencing any of these symptoms?

Things to Know Before Choosing a Clutch Repair Shop

Clutch Slipping

The engine revs but the car doesn’t move

Clutch Chatter

The car vibrates as the clutch is release

Hard to Shift

The transmission is hard to put into gear.

Clutch Noise

The clutch is making noise.

Hard Pedal

Very hard to push in the clutch pedal.

Clutch Repair Diagnostics

Clutches and manual transmissions can almost always be evaluated in a timely manner, while you wait. A professional should be able to tell you what is causing your symptoms and quote a firm price without having to charge you for diagnostics.  Hi-Tech  offers free inspections and adjustments while you wait.

Clutch Repair Parts

Many shops install rebuilt parts trying to hide the fact that the largest cost on most repairs is the labor. New parts last longer and are more reliable, which saves you both time and money.

Clutch Repair Estimates

There is no reason that a shop should not be able to give you a  estimate over the phone. It is reasonable to expect to get an accurate telephone quote. Diagnosing a clutch problem is fairly easy. It is unlikely that a partial repair will be performed. And, the shop can always change their original estimate if the situation is not as described over the phone. We deliver you an accurate quote, over the phone in just a couple of minutes. All we need is your  Vehicle information. Fast and Simple.

Automatic Transmission Repair

The term “automatic transmission” means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. But to you it generally means just one thing: put it in gear and go. No shifting gears… the transmission does the work for you.

New Car and Used Car Automatic Transmission Repair

Today’s automatic transmissions look nothing like the automatics of the past. And they have four, five, six speeds and more. In fact, 8- and 9-speed automatic transmissions are just beginning to appear on the road!

Of course, all that technology comes at a price: complexity. Today’s automatics are far more complex than those of twenty or thirty years ago. And that can be a problem when they aren’t working the way they’re supposed to.

Deciding whether to replace a failed transmission is typically done on a case-to-case basis, depending on the overall age and condition of the vehicle, and whether it’s likely other major parts will also fail soon. Symptoms of automatic transmission wear or failure include abnormal noise, shifting delays, unable to shift into one or more gears, a flashing transmission-warning light or a check-engine light.

We buy remanufactured transmissions from the vehicle manufacturer or specialized transmission rebuilders.

Hi-Tech Automotive is your place for transmission repair and replacements.  Let our  technicians handle your situation. Our staff will get your car back on the road in no time.