Land Rover Transmission Flushes on Long Island
One of the most crucial components of any vehicle is it’s transmission. The transmission in your Land Rover changes the gears to move your Land Rover forward. Transmissions use fluid to lubricate and cool it, similarly to engine oil.
Staying on top of your Land Rover vehicle’s transmission fluid is one of the best ways to keep your transmission operating at its best. To have your Land Rover vehicle’s transmission flushed, be sure to schedule an appointment today at our Land Rover Freeport service department, on Long Island.
What Does a Land Rover Transmission Flush Do?
A transmission flush means removing all of the old transmission fluid and replacing it with fresh new fluid. A transmission flush helps maximize the lifespan and performance of the transmission in your Land Rover vehicle. Our team of Land Rover service technicians recommend getting your transmission flushed every 30,000-50,000 miles or every three-to-five years.
Signs You Need Your Land Rover Transmission Flushed
- Dark red or brown fluid on your transmission dipstick
- Transmission slipping
- Shifting feels or sounds different
The easiest way to tell if your transmission fluid needs to be replaced is if the color is off. Fresh transmission fluid is brilliant red, if the coloring is off you know it’s time for a flush.
Land Rover Transmission Flush vs. Transmission Fluid Change
A transmission flush removes 100% of the transmission fluid in your Land Rover currently and replaces it with fresh fluid. A transmission change only replaces about 50-60% of the transmission fluid currently in use.
Get Your Land Rover Vehicle’s Transmission Flushed on Long Island
If it’s time to bring your Land Rover in for a transmission flush, please schedule an appointment online with us at Land Rover Freeport, on Long Island.
If you have any questions for the team at our Land Rover service department, please contact us online and someone will be more than happy to answer. At Land Rover Freeport our goal is to get all of our Long Island area customers back on the road as soon as possible.