repairing a vehicle

  To Buy or Not to Buy? Many people are struggling to making ends meet in the current economic climate. When your vehicle becomes inoperable your level of stress increases and all you see is dollar signs. That’s when we usually get the question, Repairing a vehicle vs Buying a new vehicle? Here are a…

transmission quote

Why can’t I get a transmission quote over the phone? We get calls on a daily basis for quotes on rebuilding transmissions. It is our policy to provide as much information as possible over the phone so you can make an informed decision. Unfortunately, the complexities involved with transmissions make it impossible to pinpoint the…

transmission fluid

Fluid: Recommended vs. Generic Generics seem to be everywhere these days. You can find generic fluids almost anywhere. Generics are always cheaper and appear to be the same, but there are some differences. It is also the case with transmission fluid and other  fluids your vehicle needs to function properly. The major difference between generics…

dodge codes

Dodge Transmission P0700 Code Do you drive a Dodge vehicle and have noticed some odd transmission behavior? Oftentimes a code will be thrown which will fall into the P0700 range. This code is fairly general and simply alerts the driver that an issue has been detected by illuminating a light on the dash. Details of…

miles

Get More Miles Out of Your Car! In today’s world it is not uncommon for vehicles to be driven by the original owner for well over 100,000 miles. Even when vehicles change hands they can last for a very long time if they are maintained correctly. Most owners understand the importance of changing engine oil,…

transmission service

Is Transmission Service Necessary? We have received multiple questions lately about the importance of servicing a vehicle’s transmission. Eagle Transmission of North Austin recommends that you have your transmission serviced every 12 months or 30,000 miles. Even if you don’t drive 30,000 miles in a year, the heat that is produced from stop and go…

repair or replace

To Buy or Not To Buy? Making the decision to buy a new vehicle can be a stressful task. According to Consumer Reports magazine, keeping your car for 15 years, or 225,000 miles, may save you up to $31,000 when compared to the cost of buying a similar model every five years, which is the…

BMW code

P0740 BMW Code The code is common in BMW vehicles experiencing transmission troubles. The P0740 diagnostic trouble code references a torque converter clutch circuit open condition. When a solenoid valve tries to operate and the TCM senses a voltage drop, this code is recorded. The vehicle may experience hard shift and may not shift into…