We operate a Hyundai certified service department with certified technicians with direct experience servicing the transmission system, including the fluid exchange service that it needs. We know your vehicle’s transmission inside and out and will install the highest quality OEM transmission fluid to specifications.
The service will include a thorough transmission inspection, repairs to seals or gaskets as needed, and concludes with a complimentary multi-point inspection including primary systems and components. We invite you to check on our current service specials for a money-saving opportunity and enhanced service value for your transmission fluid exchange at Happy Hyundai Oak Lawn, IL.
The transmission in your Hyundai car or SUV is arguably the most complicated automotive system. The intricate operation of the transmission is only matched by the complexities of the engine. Just as the engine requires an internal oil lubricant, so does the transmission, and it is called transmission fluid. Transmission fluid handles significant friction and heat that will expose it to thermal breakdown, contamination, and can leak from worn seals. This demands that transmission fluid is inspected routinely and exchanged when found in a compromised state or at the recommended miles.
The transmission is essential to your vehicle’s performance and is needed to operate effectively every time you drive. The transmission fluid is vital to the transmission’s performance. This means that your vehicle’s overall reliable performance can come down to the transmission fluid’s integrity. The fluid requires an exchange service to keep the transmission lubricated and to support your vehicle’s reliable performance. Defective transmission fluid can cause severe damage and immobilize your vehicle but will usually show signs of faulty performance before damage occurs.
Without proper lubrication, the transmission’s internal parts will create increased friction and will be exposed to extreme heat. The friction and heat can damage internal parts and gaskets that will then allow the fluid to leak. If the fluid is not exchanged when defective, you can expect these consequences to surface: