Transmission Rebuild Westminster2018-08-21T20:56:06+00:00
Mechanic - Transmission

Transmission rebuild and repair shop serving Westminster.

Give us a call at 303-650-8126 we are here to help. Transmission rebuild Westminster contact us and send a email if preferred, we will respond asap. Our goal is to provide you affordable transmission services with the highest level of customer satisfaction possible.

“Dave and his crew are very knowledgeable I will not go anywhere else for tramsmission issues. My wifes truck wasnt shifting right and i had a mass air flow code so he recommended putting the intake back to stock so i did amd it fixed all my issues. I will recommend these guys to everyone i know they are the best.”

Jesse Williamson

“Once I stepped in the shop, it was nothing but professionalism and the level of customer service that really was unparalleled. Dave worked with me through each step and kept me updated on their progress. The repairs were completed on time and on schedule.

Brandon Minow

“These guys are great, I brought my 34 ft motorhome in that had been sitting for 4 years and had lost all the transmission fluid. Randy called me the next day and told me the pan bolts were loose… they tightened them, filled it with fluid, test drove it and the total bill… No charge.. good honest trustworthy people you can tell they take pride in their work. I recommend this shop to everyone!! If you need any transmission work done this is definitely the place to bring your vehicle. Thank you Randy and Ron.”

George Gilbert

“Best transmission shop ever. I have a hard time trusting my vehicles with anybody but Randy made me feel comfortable and called me every step of the way explaining every detail. His quote was accurate and honest the rebuild was done fast and the van runs like new. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.”

Jonathan Rosseau, Customer Reviews

First mass produced Automatic Transmission – Hydra-Matic

Parallel to the development in the 1930s of an automatically shifting gearbox was Chrysler’s work on adapting the fluid coupling to automotive use. Invented early in the 20th century, the fluid coupling was the answer to the question of how to avoid stalling the engine when the vehicle was stopped with the transmission in gear. Chrysler itself never used the fluid coupling with any of its automatic transmissions, but did use it in conjunction with a hybrid manual transmission called “Fluid Drive” (the similar Hy-Drive used a torque converter). These developments in automatic gearbox and fluid coupling technology eventually culminated in the introduction in 1939 of the General Motors Hydra-Matic, the world’s first mass-produced automatic transmission.