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Archive for May, 2011

May
31

summer is almost here

Posted by Henry

as it gets hotter outside dont forget to do genral maintance on your car or truck for you dont have to do major repairs

May
29

after holidays sale

Posted by Henry

call and find out how much you can save mention that you want the after holiday deal

May
28

Signs of A Transmission Problem

Posted by Admin

 

Engine Light On–Dashboard light prompts you to “Check Engine” or “Service Engine Soon”

 

Strange Noises–Makes clicking, knocking, screeching, buzzing, whistling, clanking, or grating noises. Unusual sounds can come from hood or rear of car and may include a hum or low whine.

 

“Morning Sickness”–When the vehicle is cold, it won’t move, or it shifts late during the first few minutes of operation.

 

Slipping–Engine races, but vehicle moves slowly or won’t accelerate as it should.

 

Stalling–Vehicle stalls or labors on take off.

 

Doesn’t Go–You place the shift lever in Drive and nothing happens. Even racing the engine does nothing.

 

No Reverse–Vehicle doesn’t move when shift lever is placed in Reverse.

 

Leaks–Fresh fluid stains under the vehicle.

 

Loss of Power–Passing gear won’t engage, and there’s no surge of power when you press the pedal to the floor.

 

Erratic or Improper Shifting–Noticeable early or late shifting. Unexpected shifts, or speed at which shifts occur keeps changing.

 

Shift Handle Stuck/Sticks–Shift handle is hard to move into or out of any position.

 

Vehicle Moves (or Jerks) in Park or Neutral

 

Strange Smell–Burnt or rancid odor is coming from under the hood or underneath vehicle.

 

Engine Braking/Downshift Doesn’t Work–Using the transmission to slow the car on long downhill slopes or in snow/icy conditions does not work in one or more shifter positions.

 

Shift Indicator Off–The indicator must be slightly off (P) or (N) to start the car. Shift indicator doesn’t point to the proper range.

 

Metal Shavings or Debris–Inspection or transmission service reveals excessive amounts of debris in the transmission pan

 

If you have any of these issues call your friends at Harold’s 602-243-9343. The earlier you fix a transmission problem the repair usually is less expensive. We can get you back on the road fast.

 

May
27

Rebuilt Transmissions in Phoenix Arizona

Posted by Admin

Harold’s Son’s Transmissions  is locally owned and operated business in South Phoenix Arizona near 19th Ave and Broadway Rd. Here at Harold’s Son’s we have over 42 years experience rebuilding transmissions and our main goal is to get your car fixed right the very first time at a fair and honest price. Harold’s Son’s offers state-of-the-art equipment and knowledgeable techs that are able to diagnose and repair your electrical functioning systems accurately and correctly. When we put our name on your transmission you can be sure your transmission was built to last.

1539 West Broadway Road, Phoenix, AZ 85041

602-243-9343

Mon – Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm