The technicians at Turn Key Truck & Auto have years of experience working on standard 4-wheel drive (4×4) vehicles as well as all-wheel drive (AWD) vehicles. AWD is a full-time 4-wheel-drive system (all four wheels receive torque from the engine simultaneously) that employs a center differential that allows each tire to rotate at different speeds.
We understand the special needs of these vehicles. These are some of the services we offer.
Transmission repair is not something to take lightly. The transmission is connected to essential parts of your vehicle and therefore needs to be working properly for your safety. Transmission services include replacing filters in addition to draining fluids to prevent transmission damage. Typical transmission issues that may lead to repair may include shifting issues, slipping, stalling, fluid leaking, and the service light. If you are concerned that you may need transmission repair, don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment at Turn Key Truck & Auto Service today.
A transfer case is a part of a four-wheel drive system found in four-wheel drive and all-wheel-drive vehicles. The transfer case receives power from the transmission and sends it to both the front and rear axles. While a set of gears can do this, the majority of transfer cases manufactured today are chain driven. The transfer case is connected to the transmission and also to the front and rear axles using drive shafts. Trust the automotive experts at Turn Key Auto Repair Service for all your transmission repairs.
The differential transfers the engine power to the wheels. One important function of the differential is to pass on power to the wheels while allowing them to rotate at different speeds – thus the name differential. When turning, the outer wheels travel a larger distance than the inner wheels do (also the front wheels travel a longer distance than the rear wheels). This means that all four wheels move at different speeds during a turn and this is where the differential comes in to help. Because differentials critical in keeping your vehicle working correctly, you should have them checked regularly. Contact Turn Key Truck & Auto today for differentials examination and servicing.
A driveline is a part of your motor vehicle that connects the engine and the transmission to the wheel axles. The driveline consists of the parts of the powertrain less the engine and transmission. When energy cannot transfer from the engine to the wheel axels, failure of the driveline means that the car would not moves. Therefore, make sure that your vehicle’s driveline is regularly inspected and serviced. One of our experts can service your driveline today.
Wheel bearings are found inside of wheels, allowing the wheels to spin freely, and are connected to the brake system. They can become worn over time, causing a vibrating suspension and noisy rubbing as the car is driven. If they break completely, the vehicle will become very difficult to control and unsafe to drive. Replacement interval for wheel bearings varies greatly, but they should be checked for leaks and wear periodically. Turn Key Truck & Auto can make sure that your bearings are in good shape and let you know if they need replacement.
Hubs, Seals, Studs, & Nuts
A wheel hub motor, also referred to as a wheel motor, is an electric motor incorporated into the wheel hub and drives it directly. As a result, replacing your warped and worn out wheel hubs can give you a safer, smoother ride right away. Let the experts at Turn Key Truck & Auto replace your worn out hubs today.
Properly working seals provide oil and grease sealing – offering enhanced performance in a wide range of temperatures and environments. Worn out or warped seals allow external contaminants to enter the bearing unit or let lubricant escape from the unit. This ultimately leads to premature failure of the bearing unit. To keep out contamination and retain lubricant in the bearings, have the seals replaced with new ones.
Studs are the threaded fasteners that hold on the wheels of your truck. The wheel studs are permanently mounted on the wheel hub through the brake disk or brake drum. To secure the wheel, nuts (lug nuts) are fastened over the stud. Stripped wheel studs can be quite dangerous. Damaged wheel studs should be replaced with new ones immediately.
A wheel nut or lug nut is a fastener for securing a wheel on the hub. A set of lug nuts are used to secure a wheel to the threaded wheel studs (which are fixed to a wheel hub). Worn out nuts means one thing – the wheel is not fixed securely on the vehicle which puts the vehicle at the risk of rolling over. To have your truck’s worn out hubs replaced, seals replaced, wheel studs replaced, or wheels securely fastened to the hub, CONTACT or visit Turn Key Truck & Auto Service in Murray today.