Diesel Clutch Service and Replacement
When you drive a manual transmission, one of the benefits is that it requires less maintenance, last longer, and is cheaper to repair. That being said, your clutch goes through a lot of wear and tear when you are driving and needs to be serviced and inspected regularly.
Your clutch service schedule should include:
- Inspecting the pressure plate and replacing it when necessary
- Replacing the clutch disk
- Changing the throwout bearing
- Having the fly wheel replaced or resurfaced
- Inspecting the hydraulic system and replacing any worn out parts
If it has been a while since you last had your clutch serviced, your vehicle will clue you in that it is time to have it serviced. Some of the warning signs include:
- A burning smell or slipping during acceleration
- Grinding gears
- Your clutch pedal is behaving differently
If you are experiencing any clutch issues or if you are unsure what your clutch service schedule should look like, consult with one of the transmission experts at O’Bryan Diesel Repair today.
Diesel Transmission Service
Without your transmission, you would have a real problem getting anywhere. And much like your engine, your transmission needs to be serviced on a timely basis. While manual transmissions typically require less service than their automatic counterparts, they do need to be brought in for transmission fluid service from time to time.
Transmission fluid acts as a lubricant to keep all the components of your transmission system working together smoothly and reducing the friction that causes wear and tear. It is a good rule of thumb to have your automatic transmission serviced every 50,000 miles, but a manual can go longer. The experts at O’Bryan Diesel Repair can help you determine when you need to have your transmission serviced.
Diesel Transmission Repair and Replacement
Transmission repair and replacement require a high level of specialization and expertise. After all, these are complicated pieces of equipment. At O’Bryan Diesel Repair, we combine a team of ASA and ASE certified mechanics and a state of the art repair facility to provide you with the best transmission repair service in Parsons, KS.
If you need to schedule an appointment for transmission service or repair, contact us today.