Torque Converter Repairs & Rebuilds in Lake Stevens, WA
Answers and Repairs for Your Torque Converter
A Trusted Family Shop
Like an old friend, A-Z Transmission & Exhaust in Lake Stevens, Washington, may not be a place you visit every day, but we’re always here when you need us. Since 1996, our neighbors have trusted our family-owned facility to provide professional and honest transmission services such as torque converter repair. No matter what make or model you drive – including a diesel, heavy-duty vehicle, or RV – we’ve got you covered.
Partnered With Southwest Torque Converters
We are proud to partner with our sister shop, Southwest Torque Converters for all your torque converter needs and parts. Our passion is building top-quality torque converters that last. Finding reliable torque converters that were both affordable and durable was a huge challenge. So we decided to build them ourselves and so began Southwest Torque Converter.
- Race Refresh
- Diesel Billet Single or Multi-Disc
- Custom Stall Changes
- Precision Balancing
- Over 300 Torque Converts In Stock
- Cut Open Service to Verify Failure
Torque Converter 101
Without getting too far into the field of physics, your vehicle’s torque converter is the mechanism that allows you to stop while keeping your engine idling. Thus, it does for your automatic transmission-equipped automobile what a clutch does for a manual model. It allows for a disconnect between the engine and transmission. Because of the torque converter, the engine can keep producing power even when it is not engaging with the transmission. Key components in the torque converter are the impeller, turbine, and stator. Like the other transmission-related parts, the torque converter is lubricated by transmission fluid. If your car’s torque converter is failing, you’ll likely notice signs similar to other transmission issues. For example, you may begin to detect slipping gears where your auto moves in and out of or between gears independently. Also, your vehicle may exhibit difficult shifting or may not shift at all. The burning odor of an overheated until and a transmission fluid leak may also be indicators. Because these signals can point to a number of related problems, we’ll need to check your vehicle to make an accurate diagnosis. Often, the transmission fluid in an automobile with a bad torque converter will appear cloudy. If this component is indeed the source of your trouble, the most common remedy is a replacement. Regardless of the cause or the cure, however, you can always rely on us for transmission system assistance.
Visit Us Today!
You’ll find us near your home, work, or other businesses you frequent at 9015 Vernon Rd, Bldg E, Ste 3 Lake Stevens, WA 98258. That’s close to WA-204 and the WA-9 traffic circle. We’re open to assist you Mon-Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm. You’re always welcome as a walk-in, or you can schedule an appointment. Simply use our online tool or call us at 425-397-6111.
So Much More
At A-Z Transmission & Exhaust, we provide outstanding mechanical work, but we also offer so much more when you bring us your automobile for torque converter repair. We start by ensuring your connection with free onsite Wi-Fi. You don’t have to worry if you can’t get here during business hours. We have a plan for after-hours drop-off/pick-up. Paying for services is convenient, too. Choose from payment with cash or card, or make other arrangements with our financing options. Even better, you can be assured of high-quality workmanship. Integrity has been a part of who we are since day one. Also, we’re members of ATRA (Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association) and accredited by the Better Business Bureau. Repairs are backed with either a 12-month/12,000-miles or 24-month/24,000 miles guarantee. Specific details are available on our Warranty page, or you can just ask us for more information. Our professional team will always assist you with torque converter repair and more.