Transmission Cooler The Reason Transmission Coolers is important. Transmission systems have a lot of work to do. They have to keep your engine’s revolutions per minute (RPMs) within a usable range and transmit the power from those rotations to the drive wheels at speeds anywhere from 1 to more than 100 miles per hour. This…

Having Transfer Case Issues? The transfer case could be low on fluid or another issue could be causing your troubles. Many people with AWD and 4WD vehicles forget to service and maintain it. At Eagle Transmission of Dallas, our qualified technicians will diagnose the problem and offer the best solution. Our technicians will also help…

Want a Tough Transmission? At Eagle Transmission of Dallas, we can rebuild your transmission to be stronger than before. We can achieve a Tough Transmission in several ways: Torque Converter: We can put in a new Torque Converter that includes a stronger billet steel back cover which will not flex. Clutches: We can add clutches or…

What is a Hot Flush Machine and why is it important? This machine uses hot oil to flush the transmission cooler. When a transmission on a vehicle fails or goes out, usually we find debris in the transmission fluid and transmission pan. The same debris will also reside in the transmission cooler. After we rebuild…

Vehicle Diagnostics Transmissions today are part of an intricate computer-controlled piece of high-tech machinery. Two, sometimes three, computers constantly gather data which controls fluid pressures, shift timing and transmission performance. Often our customers come to us with what appears to be a major transmission failure. Many times, the problem can be fixed with minor repairs or…

To Buy or Not To Buy? Making the decision to buy a new vehicle can be a stressful task. According to Consumer Reports magazine, keeping your car for 15 years, or 225,000 miles, may save you up to $31,000 when compared to the cost of buy a new vehicle with a similar model every five…

Check Engine Light The Check Engine light on a vehicle is designed to be a warning sign to the driver. Many times this warning sign is ignored for weeks, sometimes months. We are here to warn you NOT to ignore your check engine light. Recently we heard about a guy who ignored his check engine…

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