When it comes to servicing your transmission properly, general automotive knowledge is sometimes not enough.
You can trust us at Florida Transmission Repair to recommend the right Transmission Service.
As Orlando’s experts in automotive services, our team of experienced technicians offer world class service in everything Auto Repair.
We are dedicated to helping you take complete care of your car in order to keep you and your family safe on the road.
Your brakes are your car's most important safety feature. Acting as the first line of defense between you and the Orlando roads,
properly functioning brakes are essential to a safe drive. Give our Brake Repair experts a call today!
Timing belt replacement is the “must-do” service operation which every car owner should know about. We only use strong,
top quality belts, and will properly install your new timing belt the first time, getting you back on the road quickly and easily.
Claude G. from Orlando, FL, whose GMC was in for an auto repair, on 1/17/2015:
"Awesome everything! Kept me informed on the status. Fair and Honest. I asked for a "tune up" that i assumed was just a standard thing, and while they could have done the work and charged me for it, they ran a diagnostics and decided I didn't need it. Great guys. Highly recommended."
Mike M. , whose BMW was in for an auto repair, on 12/4/2014:
"The most professional and honest service business I've experienced in Central Florida. Thank you Tim!"
Kevin P. from Longwood, FL, whose Isuzu was in for an auto repair, on 12/2/2014:
"I was treated with respect. Bobby seems very knowledgable. The repair took a few extra days. The car is acting up again and I will be bringing it by for a second round. Thank you for your help."
Tim W. from Sanford, FL, whose Dodge was in for an auto repair, on 10/31/2014:
"The people at Florida transmission repair treated me well and seemed very proffessional"
Mike Lutzko from Orlando, whose Kia was in for an auto repair service, on 9/20/2014:
"Bobby was very honest about my problem. My 1999 Kia was dripping transmission fluid from the front seal. He gave me an estimate but said, being that the car is 15 years old and has 193,000 miles it would be prudent just to put some cardboard or plywood under the car to catch the drip. Once the transmission fluid got low try using some "Stop Leak" and just keep driving until the transmission finally gave out. I asked what I owed and he said no charge."