These are the parts made by the manufacturer of your vehicle. OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer.
These are parts not made by the manufacturer of your vehicle. They are less expensive then OEM parts but may not have the same fit and functionality for your specific vehicle. That is why you need a quality auto technician who knows what will work well with your vehicle.
Check fluid level and condition. Does it smell burnt. Check for leaks. For detail information please contact us for an appointment or stop in.
No, check engine light comes on due to some issues on engine and transmission.
Depends on the type of problem. Low fluid level, leaks. Servicing automatic transmission is a preventative maintenance procedure.
Start your car, then pull your dip stick out, wipe it dry, then recheck fluid for proper level. If it has no dip stick, you need to bring your car in. We need to raise your car on the rack scan tool is needed as well.
First check clutch master cylinder for proper fluid level or leaks in the system.
Yes, it seems like it.
Possible a misfire, It may need a tune up. Best to bring it in, so we can scan it.
IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER QUESTION, FEEL FREE TO CALL US.
All information provided is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute a legal contract between Noble's Transmission Auto Center and any person or entity unless otherwise specified. Information is subject to change without prior notice. Although every reasonable effort is made to present current and accurate information, LinkNow!™ Media makes no guarantees of any kind.