An Expert for Every Need. 605.357.8881

Other Automatic Transmission Components

An intricate mechanism like an automatic transmission system is going to have its decent share of mechanical challenges as well as maintenance demands, with transmission fluid leakages and steel components eroding from usage. Though we really want them to last permanently, the ASE-certified auto mechanics at 12th Street Auto Care Center can repair or change your automatic transmission system and all its components.

Automatic Transmission System Component Repairs and Replacements

When you experience problems with your car, truck, van or SUV’s automatic transmission system, call 12th Street Auto Care Center right away. Our ASE-certified mechanics are happy to inspect everything from your auto engine to your tires.

While at our local Sioux Falls, SD auto repair shop, our mechanics will inspect each component of your automatic transmission system to determine the root of your auto problems.

Here’s a quick rundown of the auto automatic transmission system components we’ll inspect.


Axles are a very important part of the drivetrain, which transmit rotating power, or driving torque, to the wheels, located in the back, front or both. They also play an integral part of maintaining the distance between wheels and the position of the wheels held relative to the body of the vehicle.

Output Shaft

The output shaft is connected straight into the automatic transmission from the axle, and then puts the rotating power out of the transmission and into the wheels.

Transmission Oil Pan

Automatic transmission fluid is held within the transmission oil pan. From there, the transmission fluid can travel through the whole of the transmission, into the automatic transmission filter, and back into the transmission oil pan.

Clutch Pack

A series of clutch discs and plates makes up a clutch pack. A clutch pack is held within the automatic transmission, and they are used in order for the vehicle to switch between gears.

Transmission Bands

Transmission bands are flexible, steel plates or bands that are lined with a semi-metallic friction material or an organic lining. Transmission fluid is absorbed by the lining, which aids in the fluid cooling process, and makes the bands tighten around a metal drum. They both take part in the heat dissipation process.

When you suspect there’s a problem with any part of your automatic transmission system’s components, call 12th Street Auto Care Center. Our ASE-certified auto mechanics are happy to work with any budget to ensure your vehicular systems are always running smoothly at maximum capacity.

Napa Service Assistant

You don’t have to be an expert to know that preventive maintenance is the best way to make sure your vehicle is running properly. Use our interactive vehicle tool to learn about the maintenance and services your NAPA AutoCare Center can provide.

Napa Interactive Maintenance Tool