Automatic Transmissions

Rasanjana Motors offers complete automatic transmission diagnosis, repair, or replacement for your vehicle. We use the latest scan tools available for diagnosis of today’s electronically-controlled automatic transmissions. Rasanjana Motors also has the state of the art transmission fluid flush and exchange equipment.

Manual Transmissions

Rasanjana Motors can also repair your manual transmission, as well as clutch replacement, if necessary.


Transmission rebuilders, in particular those working in automatic transmissions, rank among the most specialized people in automotive and commercial vehicles’ repair and maintenance. Many spend a lifetime honing their craft. But more often than not, once they have reached near perfection, they have to start all over again.






There is no engine component more complex and essential than a car’s transmission. Transmissions are responsible for shifting gears (automatically or manually) to dynamically change the speed-torque ratio in order to deliver power to the wheels in an efficient manner based on the speed of the vehicle.

The reason for this is that engines output a high rotational speed which cannot be used for low speeds or starting. Using gear ratios, a transmission reduces the rotational speed and increases the torque (or “power” to the wheels) in the process.


Transmission fluid is the lifeblood of every automobile. Not only does is remove heat from the internal components of your transmission, but it also actuates gear changes through hydraulic pressure.

So, if your transmission starts to leak, you’re probably looking at the start of what could become a very expensive problem.






In the event of an electronic failure in your vehicle or if a warning light comes on, you can rely on our experts to quickly locate and rectify the problem.


Clutch repairs or a clutch replacement are a real hassle, and whenever such an emergency arises a source of major expense and disruption to your routine while your vehicle is off the road.






Rasanjan Motors is the premium engineering consultancy when it comes to diagnosing and resolving any and all problems with your automatic gearbox. Our mechanics have decades of experience within dealing in all makes of cars and our engineering advice is not only sound from an experienced perspective but guaranteed along with the best possible pricing too.

Most garages and dealerships are unable to repair automatic gearboxes and as a result they typically charge huge amount for a replacement part. As a skilled engineering firm specializing in the repair of automatic gearboxes for over 30 years, we can usually strip the faulty gearbox down and repair it to such a high standard that we typically offer warranties to the same length as the main dealerships.


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.

The transfer case is serviced by periodically draining its fluid and replacing it with fresh fluid. We also check for leaks and damage. Transfer case fluid cools and lubricates the gears, chains, bearings, shafts and other parts. Over time, the additives in the fluid wear out and it doesn't protect as well. Also, bits of metal and clutch material wear off and contaminate the fluid. Look, there isn't a filter in the transfer case, so if the contamination is allowed to stay for too long, it'll further accelerate wear.






The importance of a transmission flush often goes unnoticed until serious problems arise. It is a process that is important to the health and maintenance of your car, and if done properly, is an excellent preventative maintenance procedure. Check your owner’s manual for the proper maintenance schedule. However, if you feel there are certain problems with your vehicle such as odd noises or gear shifting issues, it might do more harm than good.


Unless you've got a lemon, most vehicles can continue to run past 100,000 miles if they are well maintained. That means changing the oil at recommended intervals and making sure your transmission remains in good condition. Besides replacing an engine, transmission repairs are the most expensive fix for a car, and for older vehicles a transmission repair can cost nearly as much as the vehicle.






Today’s customers demand a transmission which shifts smoothly, is durable, and delivers excellent fuel economy all at the same time. To accomplish these benefits, we would install what is known as an automatic transmission shift kit, which is probably one of the most misunderstood upgrades in the automotive world.

Many people know the words, but not many fully understand what a shift kit truly does or why it’s desired. In short, an automatic transmission shift kit modifies the transmission’s shift timing in order to dramatically increase shift firmness and durability of the transmission components.


Every car will break down sooner or later and this is not an exciting encounter when you have to call your mechanic unexpectedly to see if they will squeeze an appointment for you. The situation could be made even worse by the expensive repair bills that it comes with. This is where free factory car service manuals come in handy for instructing and guiding you on how to repair and maintain your own automobile.




Diagnostic Service

Whether you’re in need of a simple diagnostic service or you’re in need of a new transmission, you can trust in our team to provide what you need, when you need it. When it comes to quality, we never cut corners. Give us a call now for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Differential Repair & Overhaul

You have a heavy-duty truck or SUV for a reason – it works hard and has to be reliable. You keep close tabs on the engine and transmission, changing the fluid regularly to make sure they don’t break down. But have you paid any attention to your rear differential? If you haven’t given it any thought, it’s probably due for a rear differential service. And if you have rear differential noise, it’s probably too late and a rear differential repair is in your future.

CV Joints

CV joints (constant velocity joints) are flexible joints that evenly transfer power from a vehicle’s transaxle or differential to the CV axle half shafts and onto the wheels. There are several intricate parts that make a CV joint work, but the two most important parts – and the parts most likely to need service – are the cage and bearings that give the joint its fluid flexibility, and the CV boot that protects the bearings.


In rear wheel-drive cars, a driveshaft is needed for the tires to rotate. The driveshaft transfers the power from transmission to the rear tires, enabling them to turn.

U-joints hold the drive shaft in place. If the U-joints are not lubricated, the bearings inside the U-joints will wear out over time and the drive shaft will begin to vibrate, while the car is moving. You will feel vibration in the seat or throughout the car. You may also hearing clunking or banging noise when you put the car in a gear.


A wheel bearing is a set of steel balls held together by a metal ring called a race. They help wheels spin fast with as little friction as possible. They are used on all kinds of vehicles, from bicycles to aircraft and cars. On a car, a wheel bearing rides on a metal axle shaft and fits tightly inside the hub, which is a hollow chunk of metal at the center of the wheel. The hub holds the lug bolts that you use to bolt the tire onto the wheel. The wheel bearing is pressed into the hub from the back.

Clutch Replacement

The clutch is one of the most vital parts of your car. When it finally stops working properly, though, it makes the car difficult or impossible to drive! If you want to know how the clutch works, what makes it so important and how you can adjust it yourself, simply read on.

The clutch’s job is linking your car’s engine to its transmission. Since your engine is always running, even when your wheels aren’t turning, your clutch has to be able to both link and separate. While automatic transmissions have much more clutches, they still have the same basic parts doing the same basic job.

Hydraulic Clutches

If your car transmission has a hydraulic clutch, chances are you’re wondering exactly how it works within your shifting system. Most clutches, especially on older vehicles, work by means of a cog system that changes the gears as you shift. With an automatic transmission, you don’t actually shift at all – the car does it for you.

Transfer Case Repair & Rebuilding

At Rasanjana Motors, we know transfer cases are an essential part of your all-wheel and 4-wheel drive vehicle. It is important that it is periodically serviced by exchanging the old fluid with the proper fresh fluid and checking it thoroughly for leaks and damage.

This important fluid cools and lubricates the gears, chains, bearings, shafts and other essential parts inside your transfer case and over time, the additives in the fluid wear out and won't protect the parts as it should. Small metal and clutch material wears off and contaminates the fluid as well. Snowy, off road and wet environments can really shorten maintenance intervals, so check with your Rasanjana Motors professional for advice.

Power Take Off (PTO)

Power take-off (PTO) is a device that transfers an engine’s mechanical power to another piece of equipment. A PTO allows the hosting energy source to transmit power to additional equipment that does not have its own engine or motor. For example, a PTO helps to run a jackhammer using a tractor engine. PTOs are commonly used in farming equipment, trucks and commercial vehicles.

Several types of hydraulic, pneumatic and mechanical PTO applications include agriculture equipment like wood chippers, harvesters, hay balers to commercial vehicle tools like carpet-cleaning vacuums, water pumps and mechanical arms.


Free Check Engine Light Scan

So your check engine light is on? Don’t panic. Rasanjana Motors offers a Free Check Engine Light Code Retrieval Service designed to provide the answers you need. Once the fault code (also known as OBD II code) is retrieved from your engine’s onboard computer, a professional Rasanjana Motors technician will discuss your diagnostic options, to help get you on the road quickly as possible.

NC State Inspection

Annual emissions testing determines whether your vehicle’s pollution control systems are working as designed. Vehicle owners must pass both an Emissions Inspection and a Safety Inspection. This is performed using the vehicle’s On-Board Diagnostics and is usually completed in conjunction with the annual safety inspection. If your car successfully passes the NC car inspection but fails emissions, then you may be eligible for a waiver if you meet the requirements listed here.


Brake Service
Disc Brakes
Master Cylinders
Engine Tune Up
Fuel Injection Cleaning
Steering and Suspension Repair
Electronic Diagnostics
Tune Up
Timing Belt
Water Pump
A/C Recharge


There are warning signs that your transmission is about to cause trouble. Being aware of these signs will save your time and money.

Is your car driving normally or is there a change in the shift pattern? Does the transmission jerk or hesitate or slip going into gear? Do you see spots appearing on your driveway or garage floor? Is the transmission fluid low, does it smell burnt or look dark brown?

Catching potential problems before they become major repairs is the best way to save money. An inexpensive transmission service may be all you need. As soon as you suspect transmission trouble call us or stop in. We will give you best advice and evaluate your transmission.

Don't get caught in the trap that some shops set for you by disassembling your transmission for diagnosis and then hitting you with a huge bill, so you can't take your car to another shop. Should you need a rebuild or overhaul we will give you a fast-free estimate before we start the work.


When it comes to transmissions, Rasanjana Motors is the team to call. We're experts in all gearbox and transmissions makes and models. We offer

Auto transmission repair

Manual transmission repair

Transmission maintenance

Gearbox exchange



Check the Fluid Level

The fluid in an automatic transmission operates the clutches, provides cooling and lubrication, and even drives the vehicle. So few things are more important than proper fluid operating level for keeping the transmission working.

Most automatic transmissions have a great dipstick for checking the fluid level. If you're not sure where yours is or how to check the transmission fluid level, refer to your owners manual or come see us at Quality Transmission & Auto Repair, Inc.


Check Transmission Problems Promptly

Most transmission problems start out small. They get worse over time. Very often, you can eliminate major repairs simply by taking care of the problem early on.

Whether it's a warning light on the dash, a few drops of fluid on the garage floor, or a change in the way the transmission operates, your best bet is to take your car in for service right away. In many cases you'll be able to avoid a major repair simply by catching it while it's still a minor one.


Service Your Transmission Regularly

Transmission fluids have a number of unique properties that can wear out over time. And when they wear out, you can bet the transmission itself won't be far behind.

One of the best ways to keep your transmission in good working order is to have it serviced annually. A complete fluid and filter change every year can add years to your transmission's life, and in the end, save you money.


Add a Friction Modifier to the Fluid

New fluid can really help your transmission last longer. But there are a number of additives on the market that have demonstrated the ability to increase transmission life and reliability significantly, even beyond the extra miles you could expect from regular service.

In most cases, you won't be able to find worthwhile additives in your supermarket or do-it-yourself parts store: The really effective additives are only available to the professional transmission centers.


Install an Auxillary Cooler

The #1 reason for transmission failure is heat. Transmission temperatures can quickly exceed 300? F. At that temperature, seals begin to harden, clutches begin to burn, and the fluid itself breaks down.

To help eliminate excess heat from the automatic transmission fluid, have an auxillary cooler installed. This is particularly important on vehicles that tow trailers, carry heavy loads, or travel over rough or mountainous terrain.


Install a Cooler Line Filter

The #1 reason for transmission failure is heat. Transmission temperatures can quickly exceed 300? F. At that temperature, seals begin to harden, clutches begin to burn, and the fluid itself breaks down.

To help eliminate excess heat from the automatic transmission fluid, have an auxillary cooler installed. This is particularly important on vehicles that tow trailers, carry heavy loads, or travel over rough or mountainous terrain.


Service the Cooling System

You may not realize it, but your car's cooling system does more than keep the engine running cool: It also cools the transmission fluid, through a heat exchanger built into the radiator tank.

So a faulty cooling system cannot only damage your engine; it can reduce transmission life as well. In fact, transmission damage may occur long before the engine overheats. To avoid both engine and transmission problems, keep your car's cooling system clean and in tip-top condition.


Tune the Engine

The engines and transmissions in today's cars are linked far more closely than in the past. A problem with engine performance can put much more strain on the transmission than one that's running properly.

That's another reason why it's important to keep your car's engine in good running order. A good running engine reduces the stress on your transmission so the transmission can last longer without requiring major repairs.