Keep The Movement Of Your Car Healthy With Drivetrain Repair Services

Your engine isn’t the only part that drives your vehicle. The drivetrain is the driving force for any vehicle, transmitting energy from your car’s engine to its wheels. It works in tandem to produce power that gives your vehicle a performance. Finding a reliable drivetrain service provider might not appear challenging with Integrity 1st.

Drivetrain Repair Services At Integrity 1st Automotive

Do you know that suspension and drivetrain are the two major systems in your vehicle? The suspension keeps the wheels on the road, while the drivetrain allows you to drive your car when you press the pedal. If you’re struggling to move from point A to B and seeking some assistance to get these systems checked, Integrity 1st is here at your service. If you’re experiencing poor gas mileage, unable to turn your car on, or have problems with car handling, get drivetrain repair services as soon as possible. Our services include:

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Joseph Morales
Joseph Morales
3rd time coming here and every time they make me feel very welcomed! C.J. and Nick are very knowledgeable and WILL HELP you!
Blake Bolgiano
Blake Bolgiano
Great service
sunil tiwari
sunil tiwari
Overall customer service was excellent I highly recommend integrity Auto for your car services. Really impressed with Nick’s services. Thank you
Gayla
Gayla
Sathish kumar Rajasekar
Sathish kumar Rajasekar
Nick and Uji done the service very quickly for state inspection
peeyush aggarwal
peeyush aggarwal
Nik and CJ are very nice guy and the services are too good. Must visit place for inspection.
Trish S
Trish S
Nick and his team were quick and easy! They made you feel at home and they were very informative.
Anoop Kuruvila
Anoop Kuruvila
Prompt service and help from CJ and Nick
Will Douglass
Will Douglass
CJ and Nick did a fantastic job servicing my vehicle and identifying any issues. They made the process seamless and my truck is running noticeably better. 10/10 will come here again.

Your Vehicle’s Drivetrain Is At A Problem

A problematic drivetrain will appear with a series of symptoms that will alarm you to get repair or auto care services. Here are these:

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Strange Noises

Carefully listen for clunking, grinding, or whining sounds, particularly when shifting gears or moving your vehicle. These noises may suggest problems with the drivetrain or transmission. You must not ignore these sounds as they may adversely affect your car in the long run.

Problem With Shifting Gears

A malfunctioning drivetrain will cause a problem with shifting gears. Some other problems, like faulty gears, worn clutch components, and faulty transmissions, can also cause a problem with gear shifting. If you’re facing something similar, check your vehicle today for drivetrain repairs.

Vibrations or Shaking

If you feel excessive vibrations in the steering wheel, floorboards, or seats, the drivetrain components must be damaged. Either the driveshaft or wheel bearings are damaged or worn out to produce such vibrations. Bring your vehicles to us and have them inspected by ASE-certified technicians.

Burning Smell

When coupled with slipping gears or difficulty in acceleration, a burning smell depresses failing clutches. Excessive friction can cause the smell. Get it checked ASAP.

How Often Should You Get Drivetrain Services?

So, the drivetrain of your vehicle is made up of many components. If either one of them malfunctions, the overall function of the drivetrain comes to a halt.

The driveshaft is the primary component, and it is the spine of your vehicle. It transmits the torque from the transmission to the differential with the help of yokes. Although driveshafts are known to last longer than 75,000 miles, you must have them inspected by your digital auto inspector.

Yokes attach to the driveshafts at the front and rear sides and may cause vibrations and odd sounds while accelerating. There’s no such life expectancy for the yokes, but you may look for symptoms, if any.

Constant velocity joints and universal joints transfer torque to the wheels. These last a lifetime but might seek replacement between 60,000 to 100,000 miles, especially if your vehicle was involved in harsh driving on rugged roads.

Regular inspections are crucial to rule out problems with simple maintenance service.

For all your drivetrain needs, from steering to driveshaft to rear differentials we will take care of all your vehicles. We understand that the world of vehicles is tricky, and someone with the right knowledge and expertise can only deal with your vehicle’s care. Choose us to stay at ease forever.

Make Driving Easy With Our Quality Auto-Repair Services

ASE-Certified for All Makes & Models

We believe certification is of utmost importance before training, so our technicians are trained under strict conditions. They are aware of the ins and courts of your vehicles, making them the authoritative workforce in the market.

2-Year Nationwide Warranty with FREE Emergency Roadside Assistance

We will ensure you receive two years of assistance after you have received services from us. You may call us and ask for our help in any emergency.

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We are very transparent and honest when providing our services. You can trust our team to provide honest, straightforward service without any high-pressure sales tactics or hidden fees.

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FAQs

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There are four different types of drivetrains, and it depends on the type of your vehicle. These are all-wheel-drive, four-wheel-drive, front-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-drive.

Out of so many drivetrain components, anyone can stop working and cause malfunction. Old spark plugs or overused plugs can appear as a warning message on your dashboard. You may get it checked to prevent further damage. An old engine coil will cause malfunction, too, as it won’t provide enough electricity to spark plugs, leading to rough idling and power loss. 

The different parts are: 

  • Transmission
  • U-Joints
  • CV-Joints
  • Driveshaft
  • Differentials
  • Axle shafts
  • Wheels

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