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2013 Kia Optima Transmission

2013 Kia Optima transmission services offered by Courtesy Kia of Brandon:

  • Transmission Restoration
  • Transmission Repair
  • Transmission Filter Replacement
  • Transmission Fluid Change
  • Transmission Flush
  • A Full 2013 Kia OptimaTransmission Service includes a flush, fluid change, gasket, filter replacement, hose and pan inspection and a free multi-point inspection on all other components.

At Courtesy Kia of Brandon, our technicians specialize in 2013 Kia Optima transmission repair and are OEM certified. Check out our service department reviews online to see why thousands of Kia Optima owners elect for us for speedy, affordable, and reliable auto repair.

2013 Kia Optima Transmission Filter

Changing your 2013 Kia Optima transmission filter isn't as easy as substitute filters in your vehicle. There are multiple components to your transmission filter comprising the filter itself, which is frequently a metal plate with a fiber material that catches pollutants. Your 2013 Kia Optima will also contain a pickup tube, gasket, and rubber seal which may all need to be replaced along with the filter. Your 2013 Kia Optima transmission filter will need to be replaced every 30,000 or 50,000 miles. Be sure to check your vehicle's maintenance guide for more information on mileage and time intervals. You can also give Courtesy Kia of Brandon a call for expert advice. If you'd like us to handle your transmission service, we commonly promote transmission service coupons ranging from filter discounts to fluid specials on a monthly basis. Click here for more service specials and parts specials.

2013 Kia Optima Transmission Fluid

A transmission fluid change is usually half the cost of a transmission flush as it requires a lot less fluid and time to perform. 2013 Kia Optima transmission fluid changes are extremely paramount to keep your vehicle's transmission pleasant and lubricated. If you don't routinely change your fluids at least every 30,000 miles or so, you may find that your 2013 Kia Optima transmission will slip. Check your car's owner's manual for more information on the decisive mileage intervals in which your transmission needs the fluid changed. At Courtesy Kia of Brandon, we bid a range of transmission fluid specials. You can also schedule transmission service online and save even more. if you need help looking fluid levels, pricing, or finding a service center, give us a call at 8138500547 and one of our service advisors will gladly help.

2013 Kia Optima Transmission Flush

A transmission flush is frequently twice the price of a fluid change due to the amount of time the service takes and the fact that the flush not only replaces the fluid in the pan but also removes fluid from the cooler lines and different parts of your transmission. A 2013 Kia Optima transmission flush also uses about 10 quarts of fluid to actually clean and flush out the system.

How do you know if you need a Transmission Fluid Change or Transmission Flush?

A transmission flush is only accessible if your system contains dirt or debris. If the fluid is extremely dark or contains extra sediments, we would illustrate a complete system flush instead of just exchanging the fluid. If you'd like one of our experienced Kia Optima technicians to examine your transmission fluid, book your transmission service online or give Courtesy Kia of Brandon a call at 8138500547.

2013 Kia Optima Transmission Cost

The cost of a new 2013 Kia Optima transmission could be over $3,500 depending on the vehicle, however, transmission services such as fluid changes and a transmission fluid flush are considerably less lavish, in some cases costing less than $150. These services are difficult to prolonging the life of your 2013 Kia Optima transmission. At Courtesy Kia of Brandon, we bid a variety of transmission repair specials and transmission parts discounts. Call 8138500547 or schedule an appointment online to learn more!

2013 Kia Optima Transmission Problems

Common warning signs that your transmission is having issues are:

  • Transmission fluid leaks are the most logical sign you need a transmission fluid change or potentially even a complete flush service. It's occasional, but leaks could also advocate there's an issue with your transmission hose.
  • If you notice an odd noise or grinding sound when you shift gears or if you feel your gears catching when you change them then your transmission feasible needs more lubricant or something more precarious could be at fault.
  • An visible sign would be if your 2013 Kia Optima transmission warning light is on.
  • One of the most logical signs is when your transmission shifts gears but the result of those shifts are delayed.
  • Strange smells are a sign your transmission fluid is burning inside your components.

If you experience or think you may be experiencing any of these issues, give Courtesy Kia of Brandon a call today and we'll walk you through the step by step process of checking your fluid levels or you can bring your 2013 Kia Optima into our factory-trained technicians and we can diagnose any issues your vehicle may have for free as part of our multi-point inspection process. Schedule your transmission service online today!

2013 Kia Optima Transmission Replacement

Car transmissions are extraordinarily complex. Electing on whether to rebuild or replace a bad transmission can be particularly rigid. Constantly, the electing factor is determining which components are bad or failing. During a rebuild, Courtesy Kia of Brandon will totally disassemble your 2013 Kia Optima transmission and clean and probe every single part. This requires colossal knowledge of not on the components of the transmission, but the estimate of repair versus replacement. It also requires knowing which parts are compatible. Our certified Kia master technicians specialize in transmissions and can complete this process expeditiously and effectively.

2013 Kia Optima transmission replacement is a much simpler option, however, it can be more costly in the short term. Price shouldn't be your only concern when considering for a transmission replacement, particularly in a 2013 Kia Optima. Having the newest and most applicable parts assembled by a factory trained master technician can save you a substantial payment of money in the long run. The option that's best for you is entirely your decision. Call the service advisors at Courtesy Kia of Brandon and let us assist you. We commonly publish a variety of transmission replacement specials and transmission service specials to assist you save.

2013 Kia Optima Automatic vs Manual Transmission

Automatic and manual transmission will often require other fluids. Automatic transmission fluids are mostly thinner and are often red or green in color. Manual transmission fluid or gear oil is thicker due to additives and other compounds basic to lubricate the gearbox and other parts. Manual transmissions have a higher friction environment due to the way gears are changed, thus the lubricant is other.

Not only are the fluids chance between manual and automatic transmissions but the level of heat the fluids experience is very chance. Automatic transmissions generate various more heat and thus the fluid in your transmission must be changed more frequently. If you don't change your 2013 Kia Optima transmission fluid, your transmission will have broken metal shavings and other corrosive material spread throughout the meaningful components of your 2013 Kia Optima. You should frequently check the fluid levels between your fluid and transmission flush service intervals. In several cases, manual transmissions don't come equipped with a dipstick to check your fluid levels, so it can be exceedingly laborious to do. Call or visit Courtesy Kia of Brandon for more information if your transmission doesn't contain a dipstick.