ASE Certified Audi Transmission Repair & Service
Serving SE Portland and Clackamas OR
Transmissions – CV Joints – Clutches
Performance Upgrades – Transfer Cases and Much More!!!
We service and repair all Audi models
A3 | A4 | A5 | A5 Cabriolet | S5 | S5 Cabriolet | A6 | A6 Avant | S6 | Q5 | Q7 | A7 | TT Coupe | A8 | TT Roadster | TTS Coupe | TTS Roadster | R8 | R8 Spyder
We only use Audi OEM Parts
Important Consumer Information Regarding Audi Transaxles:
Over the years, Audi has used many different manufacturers for their transmissions.
However, in later years, the majority have been manufactured by ZF Industries. Unfortunately, many of these transmissions are prone to parts breakage. Depending on the year, model and specific transmission used, the parts breakage can include loss of forward gears and/or reverse movement. Breakage can be due to parts wear and the life expectancy of these transmissions is approximately 100,000 miles. For these reasons River City Transmissions does not recommend installing used transmissions in Audi automobiles because the closer to 100,000 miles they are the more prone to failure they become. It is very time-consuming and expensive to remove and replace these transmissions only to find the condition of the replacement is as bad, or worse than the original.
At River City Transmissions worn and damaged parts are replaced with brand new OEM components that are guaranteed to last and keep your vehicle genuine. We will get your vehicle back on the road with a new
life expectancy equal to or greater than the original OEM
specifications. Don´t trust your high quality Audi automobile to shops that can ruin it with incorrect diagnoses and inferior craftsmanship. The first step to a high quality repair is the correct diagnosis so call River City Transmissions to schedule your Audi transmission repair. From there we will provide an accurate repair plan and estimate. No surprises, just good service and excellent work!
Audi Transmission Repair IN PORTLAND OR AND VANCOUVER WA
Serving Clients in Oregon and Washington: