Transmission Services for 2011 Dodge Charger

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Automatic or manual transmission, Firestone Complete Auto Care can help. Schedule a transmission service or repair today.

What’s the Importance of Your 2011 Charger’s Transmission?

Your transmission carries power from the engine to the wheels so that you can drive at the speed you desire. Because of the transmission’s responsibility to translate the right dose of power into the right amount of speed, a tiny transmission issue can take a major toll on your car’s performance. They're often easy to notice. 2011 Dodge Charger transmission problems could include shifting delays, jumping or grinding during acceleration, a feeling of shakiness, or whistling noises or a burning smell coming from beneath the hood. If you ignore Dodge Charger transmission issues your could suffer a loss in fuel efficiency or discover that your Charger’s not even driveable.

Dodge Transmission Recommendations for 2011 Chargers

According to Dodge, your Charger’s transmission should be checked regularly for wear and tear. First off, your Charger differential and transmission fluids should be exchanged at regular intervals with Dodge-approved products. Our technicians know how to service your 2011 Charger up to Dodge-recommended standards. If you think there’s something wrong with your Charger’s transmission, schedule an appointment at your local Firestone Complete Auto Care to help diagnose, treat, and prevent major transmission issues.

Dodge Charger Transmission Service Pricing

We do our best to keep Dodge Charger transmission repairs and services affordable. Drop by your local Firestone Complete Auto Care for a free Courtesy Check. We'll inspect your Charger's major operating systems so you can have the information you need to make the best decision for your car. Whether your car needs a transmission fluid exchange or repair, you can rely on our Triple Promise to deliver a car that’s Fixed Right. Priced Right. Right on Time.

Questions About 2011 Dodge Charger’s Transmission

  • Is it bad to ride the brakes in your Dodge? Keeping your foot on the brake pedal or lightly but consistently pushing it down can lead to transmission problems. Remember that when you’re driving down winding roads, and opt for engine braking when possible.
  • How much can I tow in a Dodge Charger? Think twice before volunteering to tow your friend's moving trailer, no matter how light the load might seem. The added load can mess with your transmission system if it exceeds your Charger’s towing capacity. Double check your owner's manual to ensure your Charger is equipped with a towing setup and can handle whatever you're thinking about towing.
  • How often does my Charger transmission fluid need to be checked? Regularly checking and exchanging your 2011 Charger’s transmission fluid is one of the best ways to help the transmission system perform. About every 30,000 to 60,000 miles is a good timeframe for having your transmission fluid inspected and perhaps changed. Service intervals can vary depending on how you use your Dodge, so check with your technician first. The good news is that transmission fluid leaks are affordable to repair and easy to spot.
  • Can my Dodge Charger leak transmission fluid? Over time, transmission fluid can leak from your Dodge Charger, potentially causing transmission problems. A transmission fluid leak may be caused by a damaged transmission pan, faulty transmission cooler lines, worn-out seals, a cracked transmission housing, or an overfilled transmission.
  • Who does Dodge Charger transmission repair? Your local Firestone Complete Auto Care can troubleshoot and repair Charger transmission systems. Book an appointment online today.
  • Is it okay to drive a Charger with a transmission fluid leak? It’s not advisable to drive your Charger if it’s leaking transmission fluid. Your transmission system needs transmission fluid to function properly, and a leak can lead to significant problems, such as overheating or reduced performance. You might even experience transmission failure.