October 24, 2014

Quaker Transmissions: For all your transmission needs this summer

Look for this familiar sight on Tiogue Avenue, your first stop for transmission repair and maintenance.
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The transmission in your vehicle is a remarkable contraption. Somehow it shifts your car from gear to gear, adjusting to your demands for speed and acceleration. What goes on inside that transmission is a mystery to most, that is unless you are on the team of technicians at Quaker Transmission in West Warwick. Specializing in transmission, clutch, and drive train repair, Quaker Transmissions has long been regarded as the place to go to "demystify" the transmission and find honest, professional service from the true experts. Owners Rob George and John O'Hara have worked as a team since 1976, and in that time, have built a reputation for excellence, integrity and skilled workmanship. Most importantly, they have developed lasting relationships with their valued customers, especially when it comes to the repair of their vehicle's transmission.

Transmissions take a lot of abuse over the years, and after a while, they're bound to start having some problems. Transmission repairs can be expensive, so it's worthwhile to pay attention to anything that seems unusual and to heed these top TEN WARNING in your vehicle:

• Refuses to Go Into Gear

• Burning Smell

• Transmission Noisy in Neutral

• Gears Slipping

• Dragging Clutch

• Leaking Fluid

• Engine Light Illuminates

• Grinding or Shaking

• Lack of Response

If your vehicle is experiencing any of these telltale signs, then your first stop should be to Quaker Transmissions. The team here is known for its outstanding repair work on transmission problems, electronic, axle, and 4 x 4 as well as its expert replacement and repair of the clutches of foreign and domestic automobiles and light trucks. They handle all automatic and manual transmissions, and provide the ever-important preventive maintenance work to extend the life of your transmission. Quaker Transmissions offers free road tests and estimates on most cars. They also welcome extended warrantees, handle fleet maintenance accounts, and are available for towing.

As the temperatures are rising, more and more boat owners are also putting their marine craft on the water, and more and more of those boat owners are discovering that their marine transmissions need some work, from a minor repair to a full overhaul. Unlike many of its competitors, Quaker Transmissions services boats and Allison truck transmissions! Call for an appointment today and be sure your boat is seaworthy this summer.

Quaker Transmissions is located at 67 Tiogue Avenue, Route 3, in West Warwick. Hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and on Saturdays by appointment only. Quaker Transmissions can be reached at 826-2800 (Fax 823-8310).


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