When a trip to Wood's is needed, I find it always to be positive. Greeted and treated with respect by the entire staff, Rick, Chuck, Sarah, Wes and Thomas. Quality service always provided at a reasonable price. -Jerry L.
Woods Auto I have been using for years. They discuss with you what the problem is, what needs to be done and how they can repair the problem. Very efficient, timely and polite. -Vicki S.
It has always been a pleasure to deal with everyone at Woods. They are friendly, informative and knowledgeable. They can fix both my foreign and domestic vehicals. Extremely pleased with the service. -Martha M.
Busy place, comfortable waiting room. Fast service and great prices. Was happy with service, will go back! -Daniel K.
Great people, great service at a fair price. Would definitely recommend them! -Michael K.
If you use your vehicle for towing or to frequently carry heavy loads, we recommend that you consider transmission cooler. Transmissions are the car’s main component for transferring the engine’s power to the wheels, generating a lot of heat in the process. When put under extra stress, the manufacturer recommended transmission fluid is not always sufficient to cool its gears. Cooler adds extra protection against overheating during times when you’re rough on your transmission and can lengthen its overall lifespan. So, don’t take a chance on overheating, bring it by Wood’s Auto Service today! Our service and repair center is located near Sikeston, MO.
If you ever see spots of red oil under your car or notice that your transmission fluid is low, your transmission may need to be resealed. Both cases are usually a sign that your transmission is leaking fluid. During a reseal, a technician will inspect the underbody of your car for any external seals or gaskets that could be leaking. If the transmission is running smoothly otherwise, all of the leaky external components will be replaced without having to remove the transmission. If the front seal must be replaced, however, the transmission will have to be removed first. So, if you notice any pools of red liquid under your car, be sure to bring it by our service center, located in Sikeston, MO. One of Wood’s Auto Service’s expert technicians will be standing by to assist you.
Here are some common symptoms of a malfunctioning transmission, courtesy of Wood’s Auto Service. If you’ve experienced any of these issues with your vehicle, bring it in for a diagnosis. Our transmission service and repair center is in Sikeston, MO.