Clutch & Transmission Servicing
When having clutch issues with an automatic transmission or manual transmission vehicle, take it to a local mechanic with the right training and strong team. We are able to take care of everything from the smallest bearing to a full transmission recondition or service and clutch replacements. When living in Graceville, Brisbane we're the team you can trust.
Working With the Experts
As a locally owned and operated mechanical shop we like to take care of our community. Every car on the road should be safe and secure. Whether you drive across town or drive interstate, trust us to make sure your car or truck is running at peak performance. Not only do we have years of experience in Graceville, but we are part of the Repco Authorised Service Centre. This program benefits the consumer in a myriad of ways such as:
- A local mechanic with a big name brand behind them
- A convenient location for all your clutch & transmission services
- Ongoing training for our mechanics with Repco nationwide workshops
- Service bulletins about the latest tool and diagnostic techniques
- Backed by the Repco Nationwide Warranty
Services You Can Trust
Our premium clutch replacement services include:
- Bearing Replacement
- Clutch Master & Slave Cylinders Tested or Replaced
- Hydraulic Fluid Change
- Clutch Disc & Pressure Plate Replacement
- Clutch Plate Repair
- Flywheel Machining or Replacement
- Clutch Cable Inspection or Replacement
- Manual Transmission Oil Changed
Common Clutch Symptoms
Knowing what could be at the root of the strange sounds and vibration in your vehicle is the first step to having your car back on the road. Some common clutch symptoms include:
- Clutch Sticking: When you cannot get into gear it could be from clutch sticking because of a stretched clutch cable issue or a failed hydraulic cylinder.
- No Clutch Pressure: If the clutch pedal simply drops to the floor, or if there is too much pressure, it is a sign of an issue with the hydraulic line or maladjusted linkage.
- Loud Noise When Changing Gears: When a clutch grinds when it engages there could be a problem with the spinning pressure of the clutch disc or flywheel which may directly relate to the throw-out bearing.
- Cannot Go From Gear to Neutral: The flywheel and clutch disc may be slipping due to lack of friction.