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Transmission Service



If you’re an Arizona driver having even minor transmission problems, you can’t afford to ignore these issues. After all, they could snowball before you know it, leaving you with an overheating transmission. Whether you’ve just started noticing transmission issues in your car or your transmission is already overheating, you can count on the pros at Superior Tire Inc. to get this essential auto component back in shape.

Modern Transmissions: Powerful, But Complicated

Today’s transmissions are both better and more complex than ever before. They have shifted to using electronics and computers to provide better fuel economy, smoother shifting, and more reliability. They are so sophisticated that they have become fully integrated into the engine performance system. These advancements in technology have made properly diagnosing and servicing transmissions more important and complex than ever. 


Although times between maintenance of transmission fluids have been greatly extended, failure to follow a proper timeline can be a very costly mistake. Many vehicle issues today are caused by problems that are not easy to identify. Proper analysis of the entire powertrain system is necessary to make sure the proper component is isolated and repaired. 


Superior Tire Inc. has locations all over Arizona in places like Bullhead City, Fort Mohave, Golden Valley, and Kingman. We have the OEM-quality diagnostic tools and the properly trained, experienced mechanics to get the job done right. If you are having a problem with the way your car or light truck shifts or performs, let us get you back on the road quickly and affordably.

Why Is Your Transmission Overheating?

There are a few different things that can go wrong with your transmission, but overheating is the number one cause of transmission trouble. Though this situation usually means your transmission already has internal issues, an overheating problem is one of the easiest transmission problems to notice—and taking care of it as soon as possible is crucial.


Some reasons why your transmission might be overheating include severe driving habits and conditions like:


  • Racing
  • Driving in excessive heat
  • Driving in snow
  • Pulling heavy loads
  • Driving in stop-and-go situations


Even if your transmission appears to be doing okay right now, any one of these driving habits could cause problems for this component in the future. Instead of panicking, however, all you need to do is avoid severe driving conditions (when you can) and know the best shop to turn to if you start having issues.

Spot the Warning Signs of Transmission Problems

As you’ve just read, severe driving habits can lead to issues with your transmission. Of course, knowing how and when you drive isn’t the only way to diagnose transmission problems. In addition to that, keep an eye out for these warning signs:

Transmission Fluid Issues

Transmission overheating is closely linked to the temperature of your transmission fluid. Keeping that in mind, this fluid’s condition can significantly impact your transmission’s overall wellbeing. Having too little transmission fluid or fluid that’s old and dirty are two obvious problems. What you may not know is that having an excess amount of this fluid can be just as bad for your transmission.

An Overheating Engine

Having other overheating problems in your vehicle can increase the odds that the same thing will happen to your transmission. Your engine is a common contributor to this issue; when your engine overheats, your transmission has to work extra hard as a result. That excess workload can easily make the transmission overheat too.

Internal Damage

Finally, problems inside your transmission can easily contribute to overheating. Along with the issues we’ve already mentioned, a transmission fluid leak can cause your transmission fluid temperature to rise before you know it. But you can lower your transmission damage risk with a few simple steps, which we’ll talk about in a bit.

Here’s How to Choose an Arizona Transmission Shop

No matter where you are in Mohave County, you deserve an auto repair shop that can deliver the quality service your transmission needs. However, there’s not exactly a shortage of Arizona businesses offering these services. What you need to do is to narrow your options, which involves looking at a few key factors.


When it’s time to pick an Arizona transmission shop, look for shops that have:


  • Professional technicians with solid credentials. The good news is that there’s an easy way to search for shops with technicians who know what they’re doing. Just look for businesses promoting “ASE-certified” technicians—these workers are the automotive industry’s cream of the crop.
  • Straightforward scheduling. There’s nothing wrong with making an appointment over the phone, but many Arizona residents find it easier to book these services online. Ideally, your garage of choice will let you set up appointments either way.
  • Money-saving opportunities for customers. Fixing a transmission can be expensive, so you’ll want to save as much as possible on this service. The best auto shops in Arizona deliver saving programs like online coupons and rewards clubs.


As you might have already guessed, Mohave County’s best transmission shop is Superior Tire Inc. For these benefits and many others, you can’t go wrong when you bring your vehicle to one of our locations in the area!

Our Transmission Service Options

No matter what type of transmission service you need, the crew at Superior Tire Inc. can help. Let us know when you need a:


  • Transmission inspection. Even if you have some ideas about what’s causing your transmission problems, it’s always best to get a professional opinion. We’ll take a look under your vehicle’s hood and figure out precisely what’s going wrong.
  • Transmission repair. If your transmission is in particularly bad shape, we’d be happy to fix it for you. Although this is a highly complicated job, we’ll charge you the fairest rates in the area for our services.
  • Transmission flush. In some cases, a transmission fluid change may be all your transmission needs to get back into action. Instead of dealing with the risks that come with doing this on your own, choose our team to take care of your next transmission flush for you.


These aren’t the only types of transmission service we can offer, either. If your transmission needs attention for any reason, we’d be happy to give you a hand! On top of that, Superior Tire Inc. is a full-service auto shop, meaning we can take care of any other type of auto repair or tire service you could ever need.

Avoid Transmission Damage with These Tips

As you’d expect, nothing can replace professional transmission services when your transmission needs anything from repairs to a fluid flush. But in between repairs, there are a few simple ways you can extend your transmission’s lifespan on your own. 


While you’re driving in Mohave County (or anywhere else), be sure to:


  • Hold the brakes down when you’re shifting from “park”
  • Fully stop your car before you shift into “park” or “reverse”
  • Use the right transmission fluid for your car
  • Check your transmission fluid levels regularly
  • Check under your parking spot for transmission fluid leaks


These steps may seem basic, but when you combine them, they’ll have a powerful positive impact on your vehicle. Along with giving your transmission a new lease on life, you’ll reduce your likelihood of transmission leaks, make it easier to shift gears, and even cut down on your risk of pricey transmission repairs.

Set Up Your Appointment for Transmission Service Today

Even if you follow all these tips perfectly, your transmission may still encounter issues from time to time. That doesn’t have to be a cause for concern, however. Just schedule an appointment at your nearest Superior Tire Inc. location today!


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