Mr. Transmission

Mr. Transmission
Mr. Transmission is listed in the Auto Repair & Services category in Roseville, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Mr. Transmission which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Mr. Transmission on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 36.

Contact information for Mr. Transmission is:
801 Riverside Ave
Roseville, CA 95678
(916) 474-4019

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Mr. Transmission has an overall ZapScore of 36. This means that Mr. Transmission has a higher ZapScore than 36% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Roseville, California is 40 and in the Auto Repair & Services category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore.

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We honor and remember all who lost their lives on 9/11 2001. We will never forget

In light of Hurricane Harvey we would like our customers to know what to do when your car is in a flood! Vehicle Flood Damage Checklist: 1. Survey potential damage. Note the depth of the floodwaters in relation to your car. 2. Don't try to start your car โ€” this will cause more damage if there is water in the engine. 3. Act quickly. Submersion in salt water โ€” which is more damaging than fresh water โ€” makes the chances of corrosion much higher. Start drying out your vehicle as quickly as possible, and contact a towing service to get it back to higher ground. Oil, transmission fluid and lube may need draining before a tow. 4. Look under the hood. This is where you'll find clues as to how extensive the flood damage may be. Unless you're an auto expert, you may want to partner with a mechanic for the following tasks: ๐Ÿ’งCheck the oil dipstick. Look for water droplets, which likely indicate that there is water in your engine. If that's the case, the cylinders, which are supposed to compress air instead of water, will be broken. ๐Ÿ’งRemove water-damaged cylinders and check for corroded spots. ๐Ÿ’งChange the oil and transmission fluid. You'll want to do this again after the car is drivable and you've gone several hundred miles. 5. Clean the interior. If floodwaters were more than a few feet deep, water probably made it to the inside of your car. Here's what to do next: Remove all moisture. Use a wet/dry vacuum to collect standing water, and cloth towels to absorb water that has soaked into the seats and carpet. Remove seats and seat cushions if possible, and use fans and dehumidifiers to accelerate the drying process. Check electrical components. Extensive flood damage could require a trip to the mechanic to get it replaced. 6. Check the fuel tank and line. Use a store-bought siphon pump to remove some fuel. If you note any water (which would naturally separate from the fuel), you'll want to empty the tank completely. Thank you to Statefarm Insurance for this handy checklist

We want to wish everyone a happy and safe labor day! ๐Ÿ”๐ŸŒญ๐Ÿด #happylaborday

Car Care Tip: The tire pressure needs to be checked once a month. To check the tire pressure, simply remove the caps from the tires and press the gauge onto the stem. The gauge will then automatically tell you the pressure of the tire. Repeat the process with the other three tires, and add air according to each tire's pressure levels. The required tire pressure can be found in the owner's manual. ๐Ÿš— #carcare