FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - Summit Transmission is a full service transmission repair shop serving Fort Wayne and the surrounding areas.
We work hard to improve performance and generate savings for our customers. Our technicians are thoroughly trained and provide expert, quality workmanship. We are your total solution for just about any transmission problem no matter what type of vehicle. At Summit Transmission, we guarantee each service with high quality parts and professional repair.
Summit Transmission is the best source for quality workmanship on any type of automatic or standard transmission. We service all types of vehicles including:
* 4-Wheel Drives
At Summit Transmission, we take pride in customer satisfaction and our dependable service. We are cost-effective and will be happy to assist in meeting all of your service needs. When it comes to transmission service, leave it to the transmission experts!
Summit Transmission offers free towing within a 60-mile radius of Fort Wayne for any major repair service.
Your transmission is a vital part to your motor vehicle, so let our expert staff serve you to the best of our capabilities. We are affiliated with ATRA, an association comprised mainly of independent transmission repair facilities whose mission is to help the industry better serve the motoring public based on the collective expressed needs of its members.
We are dedicated to your car's performance and longevity. Get the best performance out of your vehicle today!
We are conveniently located to meet your transmission needs. We are here for you. Call us today!
2133 West Coliseum Boulevard
Fort Wayne, Ind. 46808
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