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Car Transmission & Clutch Repair in Dubai

Car transmission maintenance plays a delicate part in the longevity of your car. Being delicate and comprehensive mechanical components of a car, the car transmission needs to be maintained periodically.

Here at DAScenter, we are providing our customers with the best car transmission repair in Dubai to make sure that their vehicle is transferring the right amount of power from the engine to the drive wheels and can flawlessly accommodate a range of speeds.

DAScenter is one of the most trusted clutches and transmission maintenance providers in Dubai, serving its clients with top-quality service for guaranteed satisfaction.

We are home to some of the most experienced technicians holding immense expertise in Auto Transmission Repair & Replacement. We use advanced equipment that helps us to perform a comprehensive inspection of your vehicle’s clutch and transmission.

At our European car workshop, the technicians are trained and certified by the leading brands, and they thrive to ensure that your vehicle is performing at its best.

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What is included in our transmission servicing?

Transmission repair is more serious than it sounds. The transmission dipstick is connected to several key components of your car and is responsible for how well it performs. When it comes to transmission repair, it includes several stages such as repair, replacement, and transmission inspection.

We may need to replace the transmission filters or drain out the transmission fluids to prevent any further damage to the car. Regular transmission issues include shifting issues, stalling, slipping, service light turning, and fluid leakage. Here are the three stages of transmission car transmission maintenance that you can expect here at the DAScenter.

Categorizing the various parts of car maintenance

Expertise and experience are what matter when it comes to comprehensive car maintenance, which is what you can expect here at the DAScenter. We believe transparency is the gateway to the ultimate customer satisfaction, which is what we thrive to provide here at the DAScenter.

To help you understand better about the transmission and clutch repair and maintenance services in Dubai, here are some of the key components of your auto’s transmission that you should know.

Automatic Transmission:

Automatic transmission is responsible for shifting between the gears automatically to optimize driving, and based on the driver’s throttle pedal, engine speed, vehicle speed, and vehicle load, it changes gears.

The regular Automatic Transmission services consist of 4-5 forward gear ratios, a neutral gear, and a reverse gear

The shifting takes place when the car is in drive mode, and there is no requirement of gear shift or clutch pedal like in Manual transmission. The repairing process for the automatic transmission is a little complicated, but our professional car specialists know the transmission programming inside out for providing the best results.

Manual Transmission:

In a manual transmission, the driver needs to use the gear for shifting the transmission based on the clutch pedal and the speed of the vehicle. Manual transmissions have between two to eight gears.

The rear-wheel-drive and the front-wheel-drive are the two primary configurations of manual transmissions.

Generally, manual transmissions require less service maintenance than automatic transmission. When you come to the DAScenter for transmission servicing, our mechanics will perform a complete health checkup of your transmission to determine the amount of service required for your automotive.


Our car transmission repair service in Dubai is a holistic solution for your car that also consists of a gearbox repair service. There are different types of clutches used in both manual and automatic transmission vehicles. While shifting gears, the clutch gets engaged and disengaged from the flywheel for transferring the force through the transmission. The clutches of your car are responsible for smoothly shifting gears and also help your vehicle start.

The clutch in your vehicle goes through a lot of wear and tear, and if not maintained timely, it can wear out. Our technicians will perform a thorough clutch inspection of your vehicle to determine the current status of the clutch.

Front-Wheel Drive Transmission:

If you drive a front-wheel vehicle, then your engine will be responsible for driving the front-wheel only. The power generated through the transmission is channeled to the two front wheels through the drive axles. The transmission, engine, and additional hardware are all based on the front of the car.

What does our transmission service cover?

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Few Signs That Shows It’s Time to Go for a Transmission and Clutch Repair in Dubai

When you visit DAScenter for your Transmission and Clutch Repair
in Dubai, you get:

If you are facing any of the above issues in your vehicle, then immediately contact DAScenter for a comprehensive diagnostic and car transmission repair service in Dubai.

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Frequently Asked Questions on
Clutch and Transmission Service in Dubai

On average, you might be looking at 200 AED– 500 AED for basic repairs, and if the job is a big one and requires complete replacement, you could be looking at a larger amount.
Yes, it is recommended to service your transmission every two years or 30,000 miles, whichever comes faster. However, if you drive in extreme conditions, such as in Dubai, you may need to have it serviced more often.
A transmission service is a regular part of routine car maintenance, just like an oil change. The primary aspect of transmission service is flushing out the old type of transmission fluid and replacing it with new fluid level.
Without service and maintenance, your transmissions can fail in the first 100,000 miles. If you drive around 10-15,000 miles a year, your transmission could be down for the count in seven years!
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