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Engine, Transmission, Differential Oil Service & Replacement in Dallas, TX

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Engine, Transmission, Differential Oil Service & Replacement in Dallas, TX

From enjoying a Dallas Cowboys game at AT&T Stadium to going out with friends for an afternoon of great food at the Dallas Farmers Market, no matter where you want to go, a reliable, well-maintained vehicle is a key part of living the Texas lifestyle.

Since Dallas drivers are always on the move, proper vehicle maintenance and handling repair issues sometimes go by the wayside.

Need help with servicing and replacing your engine, transmission, or differential oil? 

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We’ll get a mobile mechanic to you in Dallas to help with your vehicle oil needs (whether it’s your engine oil, transmission oil, or differential oil), any day of the week.

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Signs You Need an Engine, Transmission, or Differential Oil Change

For engine oil:

  • Low oil levels
  • Engine oil appears dark and gritty
  • Car smells of burnt oil
  • Loud clanking noises from your engine

For transmission oil:

  • Low transmission fluid levels
  • Dark colored fluid
  • Strange noises from the transmission
  • Difficulty shifting gears

For differential oil:

  • Burning smell from the gearbox
  • Whirring or whining noises
  • Random vibrations while driving

Common Oil-Related Repairs

1. Engine Oil Change

The average cost of a synthetic oil change ranges from $65 to $125 depending on your vehicle.

2. Transmission Oil Change

The average cost of a transmission fluid change would be between $150-175 and for a transmission fluid flush around $165-$290.

3. Engine Oil Pan Replacement

The cost for an engine oil pan replacement can vary widely, likely between $100 and $745, depending on the year, make, and model of your vehicle.

4. Oil Pan Gasket Replacement

The average cost of an oil pan gasket replacement ranges from $150 to $200 depending on your vehicle.

5. Engine Oil Level Sensor Replacement

The cost for an oil level sensor replacement typically ranges between $121 to $160, which can be broken down into approximately $73 to $93 in labor costs and roughly $48 to $67 in parts.

6. Oil Pressure Sensor Replacement 

The average cost for an oil pressure sensor replacement is between $100 to $130.

7. Oil Pump Replacement 

The average cost for an oil pump replacement varies between $50-$150.

Dallas Engine, Transmission, and Differential Oil FAQ

1. How Do I Schedule an Appointment?

Once you select the service you need, AutoNation Mobile Service will help you find a date and time that works with your schedule. 

2. What Should I Expect From a Service Appointment?

On the day of your appointment, our mechanic will contact you when they arrive at your location. Depending on the work area, our mechanic may move your vehicle to a more appropriate location on site and they’ll get to work. Once service is complete, our mechanic will contact you, go over a comprehensive report on your vehicle, and answer any questions. They’ll process payment for the service and will be on their way. 

3. When Should I Change My Engine Oil?

Typically, an older car needs you to change its motor oil every 3,000 miles. However, a newer vehicle or a car with modern lubricants may have a longer oil change interval — likely at every 5,000 to 7,500 miles.

Every manufacturer has different recommendations for when you should go for an oil change. 

To find out, you can always take a peek at your owner’s manual.

Alternatively, if you have a newer vehicle, you can keep an eye on the oil change light on your dashboard. It should give you an indication that it’s time to get your motor oil changed.

4. How Urgent is Changing Transmission Fluid?

Since transmission fluid lubricates your transmission and keeps it from overheating, you can probably deduce what is liable to happen when you don’t have adequate transmission fluid. That’s a surefire way to cause irreversible damage to your transmission.

5. Is Transmission Oil the Same as Differential Oil?

No, they’re not. Transmission oil (or transmission fluid) is used in automatic transmission vehicles, while differential oil (or gear oil) is for manual gearboxes.

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