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Auto Transmissions in El Cerrito
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El Cerrito Mitsubishi - El Cerrito, CA - Phone: (510) 992-2000
European Auto Center - El Cerrito, CA - Phone: (510) 524-4100
Fairmount Auto Service - El Cerrito, CA - Phone: (510) 524-0313
Foreign Auto Clinic - El Cerrito, CA - Phone: (510) 527-9679
J & R Transmissions - El Cerrito, CA - Phone: (510) 232-2677
Paul's Shop - El Cerrito, CA - Phone: (510) 526-1449
Quality Tune-Up Shops - El Cerrito, CA - Phone: (510) 527-0247
Subaru-R C Imports - El Cerrito, CA - Phone: (510) 526-8084
T K Auto Repair & Body Shop - El Cerrito, CA - Phone: (510) 525-4746
Tri Service Auto - El Cerrito, CA - Phone: (510) 526-7877
Helpful Definition for: Auto Transmissions
'Auto Transmissions', also known as automatic transmissions, use automatic gear boxes in vehicles for changing gears automatically when needed, without the help of drivers. In El Cerrito there are many vehicles which have auto transmission facilities. Various types of transmissions are there depending on the number of gears. Traditional auto transmissions had three gears- neutral, reverse and park. Modern auto transmissions have a minimum of four gears and a maximum of eight gears.
There are quite a few vehicles also in El Cerrito which do not use auto transmissions. These vehicles in El Cerrito either depend on manual transmissions or semi-auto transmissions. Mostly all the cars are auto transmission-enabled in El Cerrito and it is easier to drive these vehicles.
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