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How to Check Your Transmission Fluid

It may not surprise you to know this, but most car owners don’t know how to check their transmission fluid levels. If you’re one of these individuals, then don’t feel embarrassed. This blog is here to help.  

To start, it’s important to recognize when there’s an issue that might require you to check your transmission fluid. For example, if you own a vehicle with an automatic transmission, shifting gears should be simple and relatively seamless. However, if you’ve noticed that your engine seems to hesitate or stall before shifting from one gear to the next, then that could be the result of a maintenance issue and a potential mechanical problem.

There’s no need to panic and take your vehicle to your local service center just yet. The solution to this mechanical problem could be as simple as replenishing the transmission fluid. If you’re reading this blog because you have never done this before, then rest assured that we will walk you through this simple task. While changing your transmission fluid may seem intimidating, it’s a simple DIY vehicle maintenance task that could save you a few some money and a trip to the shop.

First, start by locating the dipstick. Your transmission dipstick will look basically like your oil dipstick but color-coded to help you tell the two apart. While the exact location of the dipstick can vary, it’s typically toward the rear of the engine in rear-wheel-drive vehicles and found sticking out of the transaxle in vehicles with front-wheel drive. In most cases, start by looking toward the front of the engine.

Once you’ve located the dipstick, you can now check your fluid level. Make sure that your vehicle is set to “Park” or “Neutral” and that your parking brake is on. Now start running your engine, pop the hood, and leave the engine running before you pull out the dipstick. Make sure the engine is warm as you check the fluid level.

The next thing you’ll do is dip your index finger into the fluid on the dipstick and rub it between your finger and thumb.  What you want to see is some pink or red-tinted, but mostly clear liquid. If you notice a burning smell or too many particles present in the fluid, then you’ll need to change the transmission fluid right away.  If everything is right, then you’ll just need to check the actual level. Grab a clean, lint-free rag and wipe the dipstick clean before re-inserting it again. If you see some of that pinkish liquid when you pull the dipstick back out, but it does not quite reach the “full” level, use a funnel to pour a bit more transmission fluid into the tank. Make sure to pour in just enough to reach the full line and avoid overfilling. When you’re done, reinsert the dipstick when you’re finished.

Now that you know how to check your transmission fluid, you have a leg up on other drivers. However, it’s important to keep in mind that a faulty transmission and one that needs fluid can share similar symptoms. While topping off your fluid is cheaper than a complete replacement, it’s important to remember that your friends at Quic Transmission are always ready to help you. If you’re still feeling uncertain about what’s wrong with your vehicle call (505) 271-8000 and schedule service with us today!

The Importance of Winterizing Your Vehicle

It’s that time of year again! Winter is here and if you’re driving somewhere snowy this season it’s important to make sure your car is ready for the journey. Quic Transmission Automotive wants to make sure you’re safe during your winter adventure and by following these simple steps to winterizing your vehicle, you’ll be able to ensure your car is ready for whatever the season throws at you.

  • Stock Your Car with Winter-Worthy Gear – Embrace your inner scout and remember to always be prepared for winter emergencies. Before you travel this winter take a moment to pack a proper emergency kit to keep in your car in case of an accident. You can purchase pre-assembled kits online or at any store that sells auto supplies, but if you plan to assemble your own, make sure your kit includes bottled water, a blanket, non-perishable food, jumper cables, and a first aid kit. 
  • Swap Out Old Wiper Blades – Visibility is an important key to safety on the road. Whether you’re traveling through pouring rain or heavy snow, durable winter wiper blades will help clear your windshield and let you see every twist and turn that comes your way.
  • Check Your Battery – Cold weather can harm automobile components and if you have an older battery under the hood, then it might not be strong enough to handle the chill. Remember to have your car battery checked and, if necessary, replaced before your winter road trip.
  • Change Your Oil – No matter the season, it’s always important to stay on top of your oil change schedule. However, the cold temperatures in winter can cause the oil in your car to thicken and impact how it lubricates and cools your engine. Having fresh oil in your engine will help your car can run efficiently even in cold weather. 
  • Check On Your Tires – Not only does the cold temperature compromise the air pressure in your wheels, driving in the snow can dull the treading on tires. While snow tires are a good investment for areas with heavy snow, it might not be worth the price if you’re just making a quick trip. Instead, consider picking up snow chains that you can easily remove when the weather turns warmer.  

When you follow these steps, your car will be ready for a long winter trip or just a short journey. If you live in the Albuquerque area, you can schedule an appointment with the professionals at Quic Transmission Automotive to help prepare your vehicle for travel or get reliable preventative maintenance. Give us a call at (505) 271-8000 to learn more. https://quictrans.com/

Transmission Solenoids – What You Need To Know

With “transmission” being in our name, it comes as no surprise that the Quic Transmission Automotive team is experienced with caring for manual and automatic transmissions. Our goal is to provide quality service to drivers across the community and to pass on some of our knowledge to help ensure that everyone is safe and well informed when it comes to caring for their vehicles. In this blog, we wanted to share information to help those in our community who drive vehicles with automatic transmissions: transmission solenoids. An important part of a car with an automatic transmission, when transmission solenoids start to malfunction, it can spell serious trouble.

You may be wondering, what exactly are transmission solenoids? An important part of any vehicle with an automatic transmission, transmission solenoids is electro-hydraulic valves that control the flow of transmission fluid. The speed sensors around your vehicle’s engine help activate the solenoids and allow the valves to open or close so they can regulate the fluid’s flow. This differs from a manual transmission as in those types of vehicles, it’s the clutch that controls when the gears shift and how the valves behave. 

As with any other mechanical component in your vehicle, transmission solenoids can wear out over time and need preventative maintenance to help keep them working effectively. But what are some of the signs that your solenoids are failing? 

The most typical signs of that your solenoids are failing will be:

  • A delay in shifting – This could last as little as few seconds or up to a minute, but during this period it will feel as if your car is in neutral and cannot accelerate. 
  • Being unable to downshift – Normally your transmission will automatically downshift as your vehicle slows down and then change to first gear once you’ve stopped. However, if your solenoids are failing, your transmission may not be able to downshift or do so erratically. 
  • A rough, choppy feeling when you shift gears – If your transmission solenoids are failing, you might find your gearbox skipping up or down, shifting back and forth between gears or even getting stuck in one gear and unable to shift.

If you’ve been noticing any of these symptoms in your automatic transmission, then it might be time to get your transmission solenoids repaired or even replaced. Depending on the make and model of your vehicle you may be able to get a single faulty solenoid replaced, but if the solenoids come in multiple unit packs, which require that the entire pack be replaced when issues arise. 

Be sure to pay close attention to your transmission and if you’ve been noticing issues on how your manual or automatic transmission shifts or accelerates, be sure to call Quic Transmission Automotive and schedule service with our team today. https://quictrans.com/ 

Your Car’s A/C and You

Your vehicle’s A/C does more than just keep you comfortable on a hot day. You’ll still need to stay on top of your vehicle’s maintenance schedule. Call Us!

Summer is slowly winding down, but don’t get too excited just yet. Cooler days and pumpkin spice lattes are still far off, but even with a new season on the horizon, you’ll still need to stay on top of your vehicle’s maintenance schedule.

Each part of your car has an important task to do to keep it safe and reliable, and your vehicle’s air conditioning system certainly plays a vital role. Again, if your mind is wandering to fall and you’re considering putting off repairs to your cooling system for a few weeks, then you need to stop that train of thought in its tracks. First off, no one can predict when the first cooldown will happen and second, your vehicle’s A/C does more than just keep you and your passengers comfortable on a hot day.

·Reasons to Maintain Your Vehicle’s A/C – Did you know that your heater keeps the engine cool and the A/C defrosts your windshield? It’s true. Your engine produces a lot of heat while it’s running, and your air system helps to dissipate it, so your car doesn’t overheat. Conversely, on rainy days or during cooler weather, your A/C can help pull the humidity out of the air inside the car and help the windshield to defog. With regular maintenance, you’ll be able to keep your A/C in good condition so it can perform these important tasks as well as reduce the risk of compressor failure.

·Cabin Filter – Along with giving the cooling system much-needed maintenance, you’ll also have to stay on top of your cabin air filter to ensure that you and your passengers stay healthy. During the cooling system maintenance, your mechanic will check your cabin filter. Much like the filter in your home air conditioner, the cabin air filter helps to trap dust and pollutants from the road and prevent them from getting into your cabin. Some of the things your filter will collect over time are pollen, bacteria, dust, exhaust fumes, and mold spores. The older and dirtier your cabin filter gets, the less effective it becomes in keeping the bad stuff out.

·When to Service Your Car’s A/C – There are plenty of signs to look out for that tell you your vehicle’s cooling system needs attention. The first will be when the air just isn’t as cool as it should be, which is a sign that your refrigerant needs to be recharged. Another is a foul smell coming from the air vents that could be a sign that mold is growing in the system. Do you hear an unusual banging or rattling sound? That could be an indication that your condenser or fan belt have worn out or that there’s debris clogging the fan. Finally, if you see puddles or water stains on your car’s floorboards beneath the dashboard then you could have a clogged drain hose on your hands. Now that you have a better understanding of how important your vehicle’s air conditioner is for its overall performance and safety, we hope you’re ready for your next service. If you live in the Albuquerque area, your friends at Quic Transmission Automotive are always ready to give your vehicle the repairs and maintenance it needs. If you’ve been noticing any of the A/C issues we highlighted be sure to call (505) 271-8000 and make an appointment with us to have you’re A/C serviced. https://quictrans.com/

How Often You Need to Flush Your Radiator

Now that you have a better understanding of radiator care, you will be ready to recognize the signs that your coolant needs to be replaced. If you live in the Albuquerque area, you’ll be able to have the friendly team at Quic Transmission and Automotive Services help care for your vehicle. The next time you need a radiator flush, give us a call at (505) 271-8000 and schedule your service visit at our state-of-the-art facility.

At Quic Transmission and Automotive Services, we’re all about keeping cars healthy to keep drivers safe. We know from experience that the best way to make sure drivers have safe vehicles is to educate them on the different services that their cars will need. One particular service that every car owner should know about is how to care for your radiator.

The radiator is an important part of your vehicle’s overall health. Part of your car’s internal combustion cooling system, your radiator helps to move heat from the heated coolant mixture through your vehicle. This is accomplished by the radiator pushing the hot water out of the engine block and transferring the cooled liquid back in so it can absorb more heat.

Now that you know what the radiator does, we can breakdown how it benefits from a radiator flush.

What is a Radiator Flush? – Over time the coolant in your vehicle’s system can accumulate dirt and build-up that can potentially cause your engine to overheat. With a radiator flush, the old coolant is drained from within the radiator and replaced with either new coolant or an anti-freeze and water mixture. This allows the new coolant or mixture to circulate through your vehicle’s cooling system and dissolve or remove any build-up and therefore keeping your engine from overheating.

Signs That Your Radiator is Clogged – You’ll be able to tell that your radiator is clogged when your engine frequently overheats. This is one of the major tell-tale signs that it’s time to have your radiator flushed. Other signs that your radiator is due for maintenance are the scent of anti-freeze coming from your car or seeing discoloration and visual dirt or debris in your coolant. You can always have a professional mechanic check on your coolant, but if you want to do it at home, it can be done by placing a clean container underneath your vehicle’s drain valve, opening the valve, and allowing a small of coolant to drain into the waiting container. If the coolant is brown instead of green or orange, then it’s time for a flush.

How Often Should You Flush Your Radiator? – There isn’t a definite answer for how frequently your radiator should be flushed. Most car manufacturers will recommend having a radiator flush every 40,000 – 60,000 miles, but it’s important to keep in mind that the weather in your area can impact how quickly your vehicle will need care. Fortunately, there’s no harm in having your coolant flushed early, so never hesitate to check with your local service technicians to see if they can get it done for you.

Now that you have a better understanding of radiator care, you will be ready to recognize the signs that your coolant needs to be replaced. If you live in the Albuquerque area, you’ll be able to have the friendly team at Quic Transmission and Automotive Services help care for your vehicle. The next time you need a radiator flush, give us a call at (505) 271-8000 and schedule your service visit at our state-of-the-art facility.

Seasonal AC Maintenance

The start of summer is just around the corner, but the temperatures are already starting to rise. With warmer weather in our future, the last thing any driver wants is to face getting in their car only to be treated to a blast of hot air every day. Call Quic Transmission & Automotive Services at (505) 271-8000

The start of summer is just around the corner, but the temperatures are already starting to rise. With warmer weather in our future, the last thing any driver wants is to face getting in their car only to be treated to a blast of hot air every day. The best way to avoid facing this dilemma is to keep on top of your cooling system’s maintenance schedule and in this blog, we aim to highlight some of the steps in a cooling system checkup.

Your car’s AC system does more than keep your cabin comfortable. A well-maintained cooling system can help to keep a driver cool in the summer and prevent driver fatigue which could potentially lead to a crash. Furthermore, your cooling system helps to cool, purify, and circulate the air throughout your car’s cabin and engine. This cycle of air helps to keep your vehicle from overheating, especially on days when it’s particularly warm.

As any New Mexico resident will attest, the summer heat is certainly nothing to fool around with, so staying on top of your service schedule will help avoid a potential emergency. Now the question becomes, how often should your vehicle’s cooling system be serviced? On average, it’s recommended that your car’s AC be serviced every two years, but depending on the age of your vehicle, driving patterns, and living environment, you may have to get checked more often.

During your service appointment, your whole system will be checked and replenished. Over the course of a year, your vehicle will lose approximately 10% of the air conditioning gases in the system. As a result, your refrigerant (the substance that helps cool the cabin) and oils will be checked and replenished to the manufacturer’s recommended levels. The service visit will also look for and correct any issues. This includes checking for leaks, ensuring the temperature output is correct, cleaning the air conditioner to eliminate odors, and expelling air and moisture from the system.

Having these services completed will help to ensure a bigger problem does not develop in the future. As previously mentioned, an efficient cooling system goes beyond keeping the cabin cool, although that is an important function. Keeping your refrigerant at the recommended level can prevent the compressor from being damaged which is a very serious and costly issue. Furthermore, if the air in your cabin is starting to smell stale, it could be a sign of a bigger issue (such as a clog or build up) that may result in a system failure.

If you live in the Albuquerque area and feel your cooling system is due for maintenance, be sure to book your next service visit with the experienced team at Quic Transmission and Automotive Services. Give us a call at (505) 271-8000 and make an appointment with us today.

Your Spring Car Care Checklist

Spring may not have the tricky road conditions associated with winter or the intense heat of the summer, but the start of every season should be taken as an opportunity to make sure your car is well-maintained. Call or stop by Quic Transmission & Automotive Services

Spring has arrived and is now in full swing. Even if you don’t have any grand spring break plans in mind, now is the right time to start making plans for your vehicle. Spring may not have the tricky road conditions associated with winter or the intense heat of the summer, but the start of every season should be taken as an opportunity to make sure your car is well-maintained.

As drivers in the Albuquerque area may already know, Quic Transmission is all about helping your car stay healthy and run smoothly. In this month’s blog, we hope to give you some guidance on what needs to be done to get your vehicle spring ready.

1. Refill Your Fluids. After a long winter, chances are your car is due for an oil change, but don’t stop there! Make sure all of your vehicle’s fluids are where they need to be. Take a look at your coolant, power steering, transmission, and brake fluids during your next service visit.
2. Replace Your Wiper Blades. Never underestimate the importance of a clear windshield. Spring is the season of rain, but even if you won’t be seeing much wet weather, it’s important to have quality blades and freshly topped off wiper fluid to clear away any dust and debris that might find its way on to your windshield.
3. Give Your Car a Full Cleaning. We all know that spring is the season to clean, so why not include your car on your spring cleaning list? Make sure to give your car a good, thorough cleaning from the inside out. De-clutter that glove compartment, empty out extra items in your trunk, and trash anything that may be hanging around your backseat. Once you’ve gotten rid of those extra items, take the time to wash and wax your car, because after a long winter your vehicle’s paint will be in desperate need of a nice coat of wax.
4. Replace Your Cabin Filter. While we’re still focusing on your vehicle’s interior, remember that spring is also allergy season, so you might want to consider changing that cabin filter and cleaning off dusty air vents. A quality filter can help eliminate dust and keep allergens from making their way into your vehicle, so if you’re due for a change, make sure to get it done!
5. Take Care of Your Wheels. Winter roads can be rough on your car, especially if you did a lot of traveling during the holidays. Give your tires the attention they need to ensure they’re ready for the coming months. Pull out your spare change and give your tires the penny test to ensure the treading on your wheels aren’t too low. And if your ride has been pulling to one side during your daily commute, set an appointment to get them properly aligned. Finally, don’t forget to check the tire pressure on all five wheels. Yes, we said five, because your spare tire needs to be properly inflated as well.
6. Check Your Headlights. The days may be longer during this time of year, but you still need to test out your headlights. All of that driving on dark roads have likely made an impact on your headlights, so test them out to make sure they’re shining their brightest.

Now that you know what jobs to tackle this spring, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get to work. If you live in Albuquerque, make sure to call 505-271-8000 and schedule your next service visit with the Quic Transmission team. We’ll help you cross off a few items on your checklist and give you suggestions on how to get your car ready to face the miles ahead. And check out the rest of our blog for additional money-saving tips & tricks! https://quictrans.com/

When to Schedule Routine Car Maintenance

Just like your body, your car needs regular care in order to keep it running. Staying on top of your routine maintenance schedule is necessary for making sure your car is safe and reliable, especially if you do a lot of driving. Team up with Quic Transmission for all your maintenance needs.

Just like your body, your car needs regular care in order to keep it running. Staying on top of your routine maintenance schedule is necessary for making sure your car is safe and reliable, especially if you do a lot of driving. By now you probably know about the importance of a regular oil change schedule, but proper car maintenance requires a little more than that. In this article, we will break down what services should be performed at certain intervals.

3,000 – 7,000 Miles – Every 3,000 miles is the recommended amount of times between oil and filter changes, but your vehicle’s owners manual might say something different. Check your owner’s manual about replacing your engine oil and schedule an appointment to have an inspection of your transmission fluid, coolant, power steering, washer fluid, and wiper blades. You should also take a look at your tires and exterior lights.

15,000 – 30,000 Miles – Your vehicle’s air filter should be replaced every 15,000 miles to ensure your cabin air stays breathable and the air flows properly to your engine. By 20,000 miles you should inspect the battery and coolant and then replace your fuel filter at 25,000 miles. When you’ve reached 30,000 miles the HVAC system, radiator hoses, brake pads, and suspension systems should all be inspected.

35,000 – 50,000 Miles – By 35,000 miles your car battery has been through and done a lot, so make sure to either have it inspected or replaced. Soon after servicing your car battery, you’ll be replacing the spark plugs and spark plug wires and having an inspection for the ignition and suspension systems when you reach 40,000 miles. When your vehicle hits 45,000 and 50,000 miles it’ll be time to have all these inspections completed once again.

60,000 Miles – If you’ve reached 60,000 miles on your vehicle, you have either owned your car for a long time or you have done a lot of driving. Either way, congratulations! Now it’s time to replace your brake pads and brake fluid, radiator hoses, coolant, power steering, and timing belt. Also schedule an inspection for the HVAC system, suspension components, and your tires.

The information listed above is general ideas regarding when you should have these services completed, but your specific car may have slightly different requirements. Make sure to sit down with your owner’s manual and read through your manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule.
For those living in the Albuquerque area, make sure to schedule all your service appointments with the expert team at Quic Transmission & Automotive Services. Just give us a call at (505) 271-8000 and schedule your next maintenance visit with the experienced QuicTrans staff. Visit the QuicTrans website for more information: https://quictrans.com/

Maintenance Tips for Older Vehicles

For many, having a car is more than just a luxury, it’s a necessity. Cars do more than just help people get from point A to point B. Your car helps you to get to work, run errands, stay in touch with friends, and even take the occasional vacation. While modern life requires having a car, not everyone is able to upgrade their ride as often they would like.

Whatever the reason you may have for driving an older vehicle, keeping on top of the maintenance schedule is even more important to ensure its safety on the road. Fortunately, there is a wealth of resources available now to keep your vehicle in tip-top shape and in this blog we’ll highlight some of those important maintenance tasks.

Recent studies have shown that Americans are now holding on to their cars longer than before. Prior to the Recession, the average age for a car still on the road was around 9 years, but most vehicles now are a little over 11 years old. Whatever the reason you may have for driving an older vehicle, keeping on top of the maintenance schedule is even more important to ensure its safety on the road. Fortunately, there is a wealth of resources available now to keep your vehicle in tip-top shape and in this blog we’ll highlight some of those important maintenance tasks.

  1. Change your oil and filter regularly – Whether you’re driving an old or newer model vehicle, you’re probably familiar with the importance of regular oil changes. Regular oil changes are one of the best things you can do to help extend the life of your engine. Once every three months or 3,000 miles is the recommended amount of time between appointments, but if your car still has its original owner’s manual take a look at what it recommends. Additionally, when you take your car in to have the oil changed, make sure the filter is replaced, too.
  2. Check your transmission – The transmission is a vital component for your car. The transmission is what makes sure that the right amount of power delivered to your vehicle’s wheels. While drivers in the New Mexico area have Quic Transmission available to help with their transmission concerns, drivers in other parts of the country will need to connect with specialists in their own area to stay on top of key transmission maintenance tasks to ensure their older vehicle will run properly.
  3. Maintain your brakes – We rely on a vehicle’s brakes to help avoid major and minor accidents, and if you’re driving in an older vehicle, you may have fewer safety features than a car that was made within the last five years. While your vehicle’s specific owner’s manual will tell you exactly how often your brake pads need to be changed, on average every 50,000 miles brake pads will need to be replaced. Stay on top of your vehicle’s brake service schedule and look out for signs (such as vibrations or squealing noises) that your brake system needs to be checked.
  4. Watch your cooling system – Your car’s cooling system dissipates engine heat. As discussed in one of our previous blogs, your cooling system keeps the air flowing under the hood as well, preventing your car from overheating. If your coolant levels have run low or you suspect that there’s been a leak, then be sure to take care of the issue right away or you may risk getting stuck with very costly repairs.

Old or new, there are a lot of important things that need to be done in order to ensure a car stays reliable, but hopefully, this list has shed a little light on what matters most for older car owners. If you live in the Albuquerque area, be sure to connect with Quic Transmission & Automotive Services whenever your vehicle is due for regular maintenance. We’ll be sure to help keep your car running. Call Quic Trans at (505) 271-8000, Visit our website https://quictrans.com/ or use our convenient Contact form.

Why a Well-Maintained Air System is Important for Your Car

Why a Well-Maintained Air System is Important for Your Car. Maintaining your vehicle’s cooling & heating system may not seem like a big deal but you need to keep the air running for more than just your own comfort. Quic Transmission & Automotive Service is here to help your cool.

Winter has arrived in full swing which means chilly temperatures will be the norm for most of the country. While most people around the nation are prioritizing keeping their car’s heater in good shape, there are some who would rather bundle up in bulky layers than seek out repairs. Maintaining your vehicle’s cooling and heating system may not seem like a big deal (after all your AC isn’t your engine or transmission, right?) but the truth is you need to keep the cool and hot air running for more than just your own comfort.

Still feeling skeptical? Here are a few reasons to keep up with your AC maintenance schedule:

  1. Regular AC Maintenance Can Maintain Vehicle Performance – You may not mind the extreme chill of winter or the intense heat in summertime, but for your car, temperature changes make a big difference in the way it runs. Extreme heat or cold can severely impact the performance of your vehicle and keeping your air system working impacts not only your cabin and windshield but also components under the hood. In fact, running your heater can help cool your engine. If you find that your car is about to overheat, turning on your heater can help the coolant circulate and cool your engine.
  2. Regular AC Maintenance Reduces the Risk of Compressor Failure – Is there warm air flowing from those vents when you set the AC to cool? Is there build up in the coils? Ignoring signs that your AC needs service can lead to compressor failure, an expensive problem that could lead to an entire unit replacement. Typically compressor failure is the result of problems in other parts of the AC system, so staying on top of regular maintenance can help keep you from having to empty your pockets later on. So when you start to notice your air isn’t as cool as it used to be, it’s time to deal with the issue before it  gets out of hand.
  3. AC Maintenance Keeps You Healthy – Chances are, those with breathing issues are more conscious of this fact but maintaining your AC system can improve your health. The quality of the air your breath in can impact your overall health, which is why you regularly change the air filter in your home air conditioning system. The same can be said for your vehicle’s AC system. Your AC not only keeps your cabin at a comfortable temperature, but it also filters out the dirt and grime in the air, keeping you from being exposed to contaminants that can make you sick. In short, keep up with your AC maintenance and you can keep your lungs (and the rest of your body) happy.

After reading through this blog, we hope you understand the importance of maintaining your vehicle’s air system. If you live in the Albuquerque area and have been noticing signs that your air condition is due for cleaning then you’re in luck. The helpful team at Quic Transmission is just a phone call away. Give us a call at (505) 271-8000 and set an appointment with us to help keep your unit running smoothly. https://quictrans.com/