Gearbox & ECU's
As you will know the gearbox is a fundamental part of your Car and unfortunately for some things can go wrong. Here at Slater's Garage Ltd we have been working with an array of Car gearboxes for a number of years and are experts in both automatic and manual gearboxes.
Our small yet well equipped repair centre in Nottingham is set up to receive any Car gearbox, ecu or transmission regardless of condition. Should you bring your entire vehicle or just the part itself our highly experienced and trained team will gladly repair your vehicle regardless of transmission be it automatic, manual or trip-tronic.
Our base is here in Nottingham however when it comes to repairing, servicing or replacing a gearbox we can offer this specialist service to anywhere in the United Kingdom including Nottingham. Our prices for gearbox replacement are very competitive and can frequently be found on our Ebay store. However should you wish us to remove and replace your Car's gearbox please make sure you give one of our experienced team a call at Slater's Garage direct.
We prefer to remove and instal the gearbox on site at our gearbox repair centre here in Nottingham as we can ensure the correct removal, repair and replacement of your Car's gearbox. This is not an issue if you live in Nottingham as we can have your Car gearbox picked up and collected, delivered to ourselves and dropped back off at an appropriate time and place completely fixed and with Slater's full guarantee.
Situated on the outskirts of Nottingham in Keyworth we at Slater's have a perfectly equipped gearbox repair centre capable of repairing all models of automatic or manual Car gearboxes. We give every gearbox a full 12 month warranty and are delivered with a torque converter. With our Car gearboxes being much cheaper than main dealers Slater's should be your first contact for all automatic or manual gearbox repairs in Nottingham.
Diagnosing your Vehicle's Warning Light
Here at Slater's we use the latest electronic technology to identify and diagnose your Car's fault. By using this diagnostic tool it allows us to reduce your repair costs as we have an indication as to the problem before we being a repair. Each Car is different and sends a different diagnostic report therefore we generally charge for a diagnosis of your Car's fault. However should we then repair your vehicle we will generally waive the diagnosis fee. Give the transmission, ECU and DSG experts a call today to discuss your Car's fault.
After running the diagnosis we will repair the fault on your Car and re test to make sure the fault has been completely repaired before removing the warning lights from your dash. Unlike some garages this service is completely free of charge and is classed as part of the diagnostic of your Car.
With this information collected from various parts of your Car it performs millions of calculations each second. This allows the ECU to speak to the Vehicle to establish the best spark timing and determine how long the fuel injector is open, ultimately determining the fuel consumption. Clever bit of kit really! Thats why its vital when doing any work on your Car's computerised systems i.e. ECU it comes to the professionals who know how everything should read. This is where Slaters Garage stand out from most local garages. One of the biggest cores to our business is diagnostic and ECU repairs for all models of Car. Give us a call today for full information on our diagnostic services.
Common Faults for Most Major Manufacturers ECUs
- Remember its not always the ECU which causes the problem it can be the solenoids.
- Vauxhall Easy-tronic Gearbox Clutch Actuator transmission - Car will not start F symbol in middle of dash
- Audi A4 A6 Multi-tronic auto transmission - PRNDS light flashing on dashboard, Gearbox in fail-safe mode, Loss of reverse gear, Complete loss of drive
- A-Class Automatic Gearbox - The fault is usually a solenoid, contact us for more information.
- Mercedes A-Class GRM (Gear Recognition Module) - The fault will cause the F light to appear on the instrument cluster and a jerky or clunky gear change. The fault will normally be intermittent but if it is left for a long period then it could cause major damage to the gearbox.