Over time and miles, heat in the transmission causes the protective conditioners in transmission fluid to break down. This results in the accumulation of oxidized deposits in the outer walls of the transmission’s torque converter. Those deposits break away from the fins of the torque converter and clog the narrow passages of the transmission. This restricts fluid flow and disables the fluid’s ability to cool and protect vital gears, clutches and valves in the transmission. Shifting may become eratic, seals harden and leaks occur. Fluid this contaminated causes premature transmission failure.
The best cure for worn out fluid is a BG Transmission Service. First, effective cleaners loosen and dissolve baked-on deposits from the transmission, valve body, torque converter, pan, filter element, transmission lines and transmission cooler.
Then, specialized equipment removed the old fluid and replaces it with long lasting BG transmission fluid and conditioners. Simply draining fluid during a service and leave up to 1/3 of the oil fluid in the system, mixing with the new. (See middle valve in pic) BG Transmission Service cleans the entire system of gums and varnishes, removing up to 95% of oil contaminated fluid. Long lasting BG transmission fluid and conditioners are then added to prolong the life of your transmission. BG Transmission Service should be performed every 30,000 miles for a long, trouble-free transmission life. Ask us about a BG Transmission Service for your vehicle.
This 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan was making a noise in the front end. Kind of a knocking or something rubbing. Our safety inspection showed that the van needed rear shocks replaced. The right rear was starting to leak. Both front struts were starting to leak and may need to be replaced soon. The front tire showed 5/32 in need of replacing, the outer edge was bad. The right rear tire showed 3/32 , in need of replacing, the outer edge was bad as well. So, we replaced 2 new tires. Also did an alignment. No more noise! Customer will come back to do shocks. s next visit. Alignment before and after is shown below.
1967 Ford Mustang
We charged the Air conditioner on this mustang, added dye and Freon.
This 2002 Ford Mustang needed an oil change, exhaust manifold, battery cleaned and applied acid sealer and a BG Brake flush.
This vehicle also came in with the air conditioner not working all the time. We charged the A/C, added dye and freon. Another customer happy to have COLD AIR now!!!!
Here’s another vehicle that came in the shop last week. Customer stating the air conditioner wasn’t blowing cold. We charged the A/C and added dye and freon. BLOWS COLD NOW!!!!
The vehicle came in for an oil change. We do a courtesy safety inspection on all our vehicles that come in the shop. Our inspection showed other things needing attention. Brake fluid is low, coolant was low, needed a flush due to mileage, power steering may need a flush due to mileage. Fuel system may need air/fuel system service do to mileage. Ignition parts may need tune up due to mileage. Does your oil change facility take the time to look for these things? If you’re not using Baxley’s Auto Repair for all your oil changes, you should!!!! Maintenance is Key!