Sterling Transmission has been serving the Northern Virginia area for over 25 years. We provide honest and reliable work to our clients at a reasonable cost. We are located in the heart of Sterling, Virginia, where we specialize in the transmission repair or rebuild for automatic and Manual, Foreign and Domestic cars and trucks. A staff of experienced automotive technicians, who have been working in the field for several years, enables us to provide the best quality service for the customer and the car. At Sterling Transmissions, we fix only what’s needed, and make sure that the customer is informed of everything we do, every step of the way. So if you are having a problem with your transmission, give Michel a call. Come to us for the best transmission repair in Sterling, Virginia!
Transmission repair and Auto Repair Service offered – Sterling Transmission specializes in Automatic and Manual transmissions, Foreign and Domestic for over 30 years. Sterling Transmission offers other repair services including, clutch repair, engine repair and transmission services. We are located in Loudoun County, near Sterling, Herndon, Fairfax, Ashburn and Dulles Town Va.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC TRANSMISSION
& AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR EXPERTS.
* WE SPECIALIZE IN * AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION REPAIR * MANUAL TRANSMISSION REPAIR * CLUTCH REPLACEMENT * DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES *
We also provide other auto repair services including:
- clutch repair
- engine repair
- oil changes
- tune ups
- belts service
- and more
- Free Towing with major repair over $500.00 (within a 15 mile radius)
- Free Diagnostic road test
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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 RepairMyTranasmission.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.
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