ASE Certified Subaru Transmission Repair
Serving Portland and Clackamas OR
Transmissions – CV Joints – Clutches
Performance Upgrades – Transfer Cases and Much More!!!
We service all Subaru Models
BRZ | Levorg | Exiga | Forester | Impreza | WRX | WRX STI | Outback Sport | Tribeca | Legacy | Crosstrek XV | Liberty | Grand Wagon | Lancaster | Trezia
We only use Subaru OEM Parts
SUBARU TRANSMISSION FAILURE:
A common problem with Subaru transmissions is with the torque converter. The torque converter acts as the mediator between the automatic transmission and the engine. Signs for torque converter failure are difficulties shifting, inability to shift to highest gear, check engine light illumination, and intermittent shifting. Failure of the torque converter could be the result of low or dirty transmission fluid, defective torque converter clutch solenoid valve, or electrical issues with the torque converter clutch solenoid valve circuit. Repairing a torque converter on a Subaru is not an easy job and should only be left to certified professionals that are experienced and confident with such work.
Another issue with Subaru transmission is failure with the all-wheel drive (AWD) system. The AWD systems with Subaru’s tend to fail because of problems with the transfer case. The vicious clutch drum tends to wear quickly causing stress on the entire system and solenoid failure is also very common. When you choose River City Transmissions for Subaru torque converter repair, viscous clutch drum repair, and/or solenoid repair you will get a 12 month, 12,000 mile warranty you can count on. All transmission repairs are guaranteed with River City Transmissions, and the goal is always your complete satisfaction. The ASE certified Subaru transmission repair specialists on staff know how to correctly identify problems and fix them fast. Just drop off your Subaru to River City Transmissions just off of Foster Road in SE Portland, and leave the repairs to the experts.
Subaru Transmission Repair IN PORTLAND OR AND VANCOUVER WA
Serving Clients in Oregon and Washington: