How do you know if you’re working on a CVT transmission? Let Andrew Markel explain how to spot them and some best practices when completing the job. Watch Transtar’s video above for the explanation.
If you are seeing trouble codes with your transmission, it is important to understand the differences and what each separate code indicates. Watch the video above from Transtar for the details.
In this video from Transtar, learn the difference between the various types of transmission pans and the gaskets that go with them and why it is important to know these differences. Watch above.
Dave Hritsko and the team have already removed a full transmission in a previous video. This time, see an in-depth explanation of the parts, components, and steps in how they make the upgrade with a remanufactured transmission along with new aftermarket components with the help of students from Ohio Technical College.
Watch Dave Hritsko from Transtar and team members from Ohio Technical College as they remove an old transmission and replace it with a newly remanufactured transmission.
Following part one of Andrew Markel’s discussion of the ins and outs of continuously variable transmissions (CVTs) with Dave Hritsko of Transtar, part two of Andrew and Dave’s conversation gets more in depth on the topic, including a discussion on programming transmission modules for CVTs. Tune in to their conversation in the video above.
In this video with Transtar, learn how to make sure you have filled the transmission fluid to the appropriate level after making the necessary repairs. Watch above for the details.
In this video for Transtar, Andrew Markel explains the basic workings and importance of transmission filters. Watch the video above for more.
With changes in transmissions and engines, along with government regulations, specifications for transmissions have evolved over time. Let Andrew Markel help explain how to find the correct fluid for your vehicle in the video above.
CVTs, or continuously variable transmissions, have long been a hot topic in the transmission repair industry, but we can safely say they’re here to stay. So what do you do when one shows up at your shop? In this podcast, with Dave Hritsko of Transtar as featured guest, we dive in to the ins and
A good project car brings people together. Driving the rare Lincoln Blackwood into Ohio Technical College (OTC) turned heads. And once Babcox Media’s Joe Keene, an ASE-certified technician, and the technicians-in-training at OTC got to pop the hood and slide under it on a creeper to get their hands in it, its service needs raised
Three thousand three hundred and fifty-six. That’s how many Lincoln Blackwoods exist in the world. For comparison, the Ford F-150—the Blackwood’s inspiration—has spawned more than 40 million since its launch in 1948. Guess which one is harder to track down parts for. Babcox Media’s Joe Keene, an ASE-certified technician, has tracked down his fair share