Your Ford truck, SUV, car, or van comes with an impressively powerful engine — but this engine wouldn’t be much good without a transmission! Your vehicle’s transmission takes the energy that the engine generates and transfers it to the wheels. Although the transmission is generally pretty low-maintenance, it will need occasional service. When the time comes for your Ford to have its transmission serviced, we invite you to come to Sunset Ford near Chesterfield and Florissant.
In addition to being important, your transmission is also complex. As such, it’s best to have it looked after by the experts. At Sunset Ford, we employ Ford Certified technicians who have both training and experience in working with Ford models. They understand Ford transmissions better than just about anyone else, and they will provide whatever service your transmission needs. To keep your Ford’s quality high, they will use genuine Ford and Ford Motorcraft® parts and fluids.
In addition to our high-quality service, we also offer impressive comfort and convenience. Our competitive service prices and regularly updated service coupons help you save on transmission service and more, and our technicians will hand-wash your Ford after servicing it. There’s so much that sets Sunset Ford apart!
Your vehicle’s transmission requires transmission fluid in order to work at its best. If you have an automatic transmission, the transmission fluid acts as a coolant to absorb the excess heat generated by the transmission. In both automatic and manual transmissions, the transmission also serves as a lubricant to keep the moving parts from being damaged. Since transmission fluid will wear down over time, you should have it replaced at the recommended intervals.
Sometimes damaged transmissions can be repaired; other times, they will need to be replaced. We can do both at Sunset Ford.
If your transmission is acting up, you should bring your vehicle to Sunset Ford for a transmission inspection. Our technicians will investigate the problem, whether it’s slipping gears, difficulty shifting, a burning smell, a grinding noise, or any other sign of transmission trouble. When they get to the bottom of things, they will let you know how to move forward.