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Olathe Clutch & Transmission is the premiere transmission and clutch repair shop in Olathe, KS. We have been proudly serving the citizens of Olathe, KS for over 23 years, and we have no intention on slowing down! We specialize in transmission and clutch repairs, replacements and rebuilds. We do all of our transmission work in house at our local shop, so all you need to do is come on down with your car and we will get right to work!
Identifying a transmission issue in your automobile can often be difficult and, if left unchecked, destructive to the rest of the car. Without professional assistance, certain common symptoms of transmission distress can be mistaken for other common car problems! If these are left unchecked, the entire vehicle could be compromised. If this happens to you in Olathe, KS there is only one place to call – Olathe Clutch & Transmission.
Here at Olathe Clutch & Transmission, we specialize in both transmission repairs and clutch repair and installation. We do all of our clutch repair and installation in house, so all you need to do is get your vehicle down to our local shop and we can get started diagnosing your clutch problems. How do you know if your clutch actually needs repairing or not?
The differential of your car is its rear end, where all the power of the engine is connected to the road via your rear wheel tires. The gears of differentials can spin at around five thousand times a minute, and have to carry the full weight of your car and whatever you are towing! The gears themselves are lubricated with oil and a no filtration system to keep it fresh.
You may not know much about transfer cases, but if you have a 4-wheel drive vehicle, you’ve got one. It makes sure you have power available for both the front and rear axles. For example, if you have a rear-wheel drive SUV, power goes to the rear wheels until you need 4-wheel drive. That’s when the transfer case steps in and transfers some of the power to the front wheels as well. You might use a shift lever to go into 4-wheel drive, or it could be a button on the dash or it might even go into 4-wheel drive automatically, depending on your vehicle