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Our auto repair shop is conveniently located in Passaic, New Jersey. Our quality ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified mechanics at World Automotive Transmissions II, Inc employ today’s latest automotive technology and are equipped to handle all major and minor auto repair services on foreign and domestic vehicles. Below are some of the many auto repair services that we offer:

  • Air Conditioning
  • Air Filter Replacement
  • Axle Replacement
  • Battery Replacement
  • Belts & Hoses
  • Brake Systems
  • Clutch Repair
  • Computer Diagnostics
  • Diesel Service
  • Electric Cars
  • Electrical
  • Exhaust System
  • Fleet Maintenance
  • Free Computer Scan
  • Fuel Injection
  • Light Replacement
  • Oil Change
  • Power Steering
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Radiator Service
  • Smog/Emissions
  • Suspension Work
  • Tire Pressure
  • Tire Sales & Service
  • Tires & Alignment
  • Towing Service
  • Transmission Service
  • Transmission/Drivetrain/Engines
  • Welding
  • Wheel Alignment

Transmission Rebuild, Repair & Service
If your automotive service need involves your vehicle's transmission you should keep in mind that most transmission problems start out small and get worse over time. Taking care of your automotive transmission repair early on can go a long way in saving you money.

General Auto Repair & Car Care Service
If your automotive service need is general in nature then our automotive service facility will be able to help you. Our well-trained expert technicians offer a variety of automotive service repairs.

Air Conditioning Service
One of our trained air conditioning specialists will inspect your car’s air conditioner, all A/C lines, evaporator and compressor for leaks and wear.

Fuel System Auto Repair
If your automotive service need involves your fuel system our automotive service experts want you to know that the purpose of fuel is to provide the ingredients to the engine of the automotive vehicle. The automotive air-fuel mixture must be in proportion to the speed and load placed on the automotive engine. Major parts of the fuel system include: tank and cap, emission controls, line, pump, filter, carburetor, and intake manifold as well as the gauge, which indicates the amount of fuel in the tank.

Electrical Auto Repair
If your automotive service need involves your electrical system keep in mind that when the automotive industry was in its infancy, it used electricity only to ignite inside the automotive engine. By the late 1920's, the automotive electric starter replaced the hand crank, electric headlights made acetylene lamps obsolete and the braying of the automotive electric horn drowned out the squeak of the hand-squeezed air horn. Today, automotive vehicles require an elaborate electrical configuration of circuits just to produce, store, and distribute all the electricity required for simple everyday operation.

Cooling & Heating System Auto Repair
If your need of automotive repair service includes your vehicles cooling & heating system be aware that the purpose of the engine's cooling system is to remove excess heat from the engine, to keep the automotive engine operating at its most efficient temperature, and to get the automotive engine up to the correct temperature as soon as possible after starting. Ideally, the automotive cooling system keeps a car's engine running at its most efficient temperature no matter what the automotive operating conditions are.

Brake System Auto Repair and Service
If your need for automotive services includes your braking system you should know that your brakes are the most important part of your car. If your brakes fail, the result can be disastrous. Your automotive braking system is actually an energy conversion device, which converts the kinetic energy (momentum) of your automotive vehicle into thermal energy (heat). When you step on the automotive system's brakes, you command a stopping force ten times as powerful as the force that puts the car in motion. An automotive braking system can exert thousands of pounds of pressure on each of the four brakes.

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