Do you want a vehicle that drives strong and lasts the long-haul? Then the main operating components need to be taken care of.
The quality of your drivetrain system impacts every area of the car’s operation. The drivetrain requires regular maintenance to stay in working condition. Unfortunately, Alabama drivers and auto mechanics often overlook this system. To help you take care of your car, here are the warning signs of drivetrain trouble.
Symptoms of drivetrain problems
There are a few symptoms to indicate a struggling drivetrain.
The signs of a malfunctioning drivetrain include:
- Vibrations or shudders
- Irregular sounds
- Any noises from the rear of the vehicle
- Turning issues
- Fluid leakage
- Malfunction indicator lights are on
Too many Alabama drivers believe this system lasts forever, or that the rear axle never needs servicing. This misconception has led to the drivetrain being one of the most overlooked components of the car’s operation.
The drivetrain’s main components include:
- Transfer case
- Drive axles
Unfortunately, many owners miss drivetrain damage until it’s too late. You manufacturer has recommended mileage maintenance intervals to keep your drivetrain operating properly. By scheduling maintenance at the right time, you can catch needed repairs before the real trouble begins.
Trust the Christian Brothers Automotive nice difference
The drivetrain should be inspected on a regular basis to ensure maintenance issues are discovered and addressed before they become repair issues. The drivetrain can be checked during regular inspections.
The highly qualified drivetrain techs at our Montgomery auto repair shop take car service seriously. Our vigilant technicians do what it takes to provide an accurate diagnosis and repair plan the first time, and our 2-year/24,000-mile Nice Difference Warranty covers almost every service.
Regular drivetrain maintenance can save you time and money, and extend the life of your car. To schedule a drivetrain inspection today, call Christian Brothers Automotive in Montgomery, Alabama.