Though transmissions are generally reliable, there are a great number of issues that can develop with one. From Double C Service Center in Seymour, TX, here’s a general overview of the types of problems your transmission may develop, all of which we service and repair.
Whether you drive a Chevy, Ford, or Ram diesel pickup, your engine is likely equipped with an injection pump. While injection pumps have been gradually phased out on modern engines, they are still an integral part of most diesel engine operations. At Double C Service Center in Seymour, TX, we specialize in maintenance and repair on Cummins, Duramax, and Powerstroke engines, including injection pumps.
Is your car, truck, or SUV experiencing transmission failure? At Double C Service Center in Seymour, TX, we’re here to help. You have a variety of options as to how to handle your failed transmission and knowing your options will help you to make an informed decision.
Fleet vehicles see a lot of wear and tear and need to be well taken care of if you expect them to last. For the best care, you need to choose technicians that are quick, efficient, know how to read the diagnostics and treat the issues. Our team at Double C Service Center in Seymour, TX has the experience and training necessary to diagnose and repair any issues that your fleet might be facing.
Your Ram, Chevy, or Ford diesel pickup is a big truck. All that weight takes some strong stopping power and takes its toll on your brake pads - especially if you ever pull a trailer or carry heavy loads. Whenever you need a brake job, Double C Service Center in Seymour, TX has your back.
At Double C Service Center in Seymour, TX, we’ve seen and diagnosed every warning light in the book. Many people ignore their check engine light, and while it isn’t advised, often get away with it. Transmission warning lights are different, however. Here's what it means and what you should do when it comes on.
At Double C Service Center in Seymour, we know that maintenance and repair can go a long way toward keeping your trucks on the road. We also know that sometimes, things have to be replaced altogether. The rear end, or differential, isn’t a component that needs to be replaced often; but when it does, a new one will make your truck feel like new.