Dayton Transmission Repair in Casper, WY
Dayton Transmission – Each transmission technician at our shop is highly qualified and ready to deliver their expert automotive transmission repair technician knowledge & skills for your every automatic transmission repair need.
Our automatic transmission shop is proud to be affiliated with the non-profit organization known as the Automatic Transmission Rebuilder Association (ATRA). As an ATRA member our automatic transmission repair shop adheres to the service and repair definitions which are a part of the ATRA bylaws and code of ethics.
Dayton Transmission pledges to all of our customers that we will not remove a transmission from a vehicle in order to complete a repair unless absolutely necessary. Additionally our shop promises to diagnose transmission problems for all of our local and surrounding area customers in an honest and expert manner. Our shop strives to provide prompt and courteous service to all who visit our automotive transmission repair facility in the hope that you will come back to us for all of your automotive automatic transmission repair needs.
From Repair My Transmission:
It’s complicated! Life, relationship, your job, your house, your car, its transmission.
“Power from the engine drive the pistons. These pistons, in turn, drive the crankshaft which drives the flywheel” Flywheel, clutching mechanism, gearbox input shaft, main shaft, layshaft, dog clutch, the differential etc.
AND THAT’S JUST FOR MANUAL CARS!!!
At RepairMyTransmission.com we’re about keeping things simple.
So here goes …
The engine sends power to the transmission. which then powers the drive wheels.
The transmission. is the ‘bit in the middle’ controlling the speed and torque.
All this is very finely synchronized.
Think of it like cogs all interconnected driving one another. The cogs being the gears and the engine is what turns the cogs.
Or if clutching mechanism, gearbox input shaft, main shaft, etc, makes your head hurt just thinking of it as the ‘bit in the middle’ between the engine and the wheels.
Types of Transmissions.
Car transmissions work differently for Manual the Automatic cars.
On a manual car, the transmission connects to the engine through the clutch. Pressing the clutch disconnects, and releasing the clutch connects, the engine and transmission.
Automatics don’t have a clutch or sticky. They’re just very clever. Let’s just leave it at that.
Trust us you don’t want to hear all about torque converters, “planetary” arrangement, “sun” gear, “planet carrier” or “carrier” that holds multiple planet gears, “ring” gear, etc.