BMW Transmission Services, Rebuild and Repair Specialists.

Rebuilds are performed on your original BMW Transmission to save you time and money. All necessary updates are installed during the BMW Transmission Rebuild process. We have worked on BMW transmissions, transfer cases and clutches for a very long time. Because we have years of experience we understand what it takes to make your BMW Transmission services dependable.

Warning Signs of a Failed BMW Transmission

All modern cars are now made with computerized transmissions. Of course, nothing is full proof. As sophisticated as these modern BMW transmissions can be, errors can make those gearshifts considerably less smooth. The check engine light is often one of the first telltale signs that your car is having trouble.

You might also notice some strange sounds or vibrations when something goes awry with your vehicle’s transmission. In other situations, your transmission might shift gears in unpredictable ways, resulting in uneven speeds and inconsistencies while driving. Your car may sound like it’s trying to go 100 miles per hour when it’s only traveling at 50, this is known as a transmission slipping in most cases. Additionally, there might be a few seconds delay when you shift from park to drive.

While some of these problems might seem negligible in the moment, ignoring such issues could make the situation worse, decreasing the life of your transmission over time and increasing the costs to repair.


BMW Transmission Slipping

Does your vehicle feel like it is changes gears randomly while driving? Are you experiencing struggling or a lack of acceleration? These may be signs your transmission is slipping and needs to be looked at by a certified technician. Slipping of the transmission may be accompanied by a whining sound. Any of these symptoms may require your transmission be serviced.

Rough Gear Shifting

Does your car feel like it is refusing to shift gears or is just doing so un-smoothly? Rough gear shifting can be a sign that your transmission is failing. You may hear a thud/clunk noise while attempting to shift gears as well. If your vehicle is shifting gears roughly or making odd noises it may be time to contact a local Denver transmission repair specialist.

Fluid Leaks/Stains

Noticing new fluid stains and/or leaks underneath your vehicle? The transmission is a closed system that should not leak fluid at all. Transmission fluid is typically pink/red in color but can sometimes appear brown as well. If you notice any new stains underneath your vehicle, especially a red-ish stain you should contact our local transmission services specialists.

Odd Transmission Sounds

Whining, clunking, thuds, all of these noises can be a sign your transmission is failing in your vehicle. When shifting your vehicle from Park to Drive, you may also hear the engine revving yet it doesn’t appear to get power. Any new noises that your vehicle is making could be a sign of something serious like transmission failure. Our transmission repair specialists are trained to notice all the sounds/signs of a transmission problem.

Transmission Warning Light

Your vehicle may show various “warning lights” depending on specific issues your vehicle may be experiencing. Typically other symptoms will be present. If you’re vehicle is slipping, shifting roughly, making odd noises or even has a warning light on, contact the BMW transmission services specialists at A-Affordable Transmissions Center today.


Many drivers of the F01 7 series and the longer-chassis F02 7 series report they have experienced transmission problems, and some have reported total transmission failure. The drivers complain that the vehicle shifts very rough, so much so that anyone in the vehicle actually gets jerked around in their seats. In a few very rare cases, the driver was actually injured when they downshifted the vehicle from second to first gear.

A few of the other problems reported by drivers are that their F01 7 series will get stuck in second or third gear, but when they stop and restart the car, it resumes proper function. In other cases, drivers have reported the vehicle not shifting into reverse, or refusing to go over 35 MPH (despite high RPMS). Sometimes, the vehicle may even lose traction or go into “limp mode.” These problems occur mostly in the Sport models, but it is not exclusive to the Sport models.


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