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Transmission Bearings & Synchronizers
Transmission Bearings & Synchronizer Kits contain (RWD):
Input Shaft bearings, Main Shaft bearings, Counter Shaft bearings, Pocket bearing, Synchronizer Rings, Shift Fork Inserts, Gaskets, Seals, and small parts required to reassemble the transmission to manufacturer's specifications.
Transaxle Bearings & Synchronizer Kits contains (FWD):
Input Shaft & Main Shaft bearings, Differential bearings, Synchronizer Rings, Shift Fork Inserts, Gaskets, Seals, and small parts required to reassemble the transmission to manufacturer's specifications.
Since the 1970s, most of the vehicles sold in the U.S. are automatics, but there are those that prefer the standard transmission.
Because manual transmissions are mechanically more simple, than automatic transmissions, they require much less maintenance and are easier to repair. The manual transmission along with the gear-train also contains other parts such as the clutch, and clutch hydraulics.
If you're having shifting problems with your manual/standard transmission poping out of gear or grinding while trying to shift into the next gear it could be due to worn bearings and synchros.
Escondido Transmission can install a Bearing & Synchronizer kit to solve the problem and get you back on the road.
San Diego Clutch Repair and Service. The clutch repair specials include all four pieces of the clutch, resurfacing of the flywheel and labor. Service the clutch on a regular basis to avoid clutch repairs.
A complete clutch repair is diagnosing the cause of the problem and replacing all worn or damaged clutch components. Clutch component parts do wear and some self adjust to compensate for normal wear in clutch disc friction material.
Neglect and overheating causes 90% of all transmission & transaxle failures per industry feedback and most of them are due to worn out transmission fluid. Regular transmission service can help avoid major transmission repairs
High operating temperatures reduce the gear lube's ability to lubricate, which can lead to axle and bearing failure leading to major differential rpairs. Differential service includes draining &fillin with new gear lube. to avoid expensive repairs. Most manufacturers recommend differential service every 30.000 miles.