When I reached 275,000 miles on my BMW, I recently had Transco overhaul the transmission in my 1992 5.25i Touring Wagon. The transmission had been slowly failing for about a year and when it only backed up when it wanted to, I knew it was time to repair it. It was a tough call, as the car had reached the end of its economic life, so to speak. When I first took it in to the shop, David and Jason both took a look at it, drove it, and put it up on the rack for a look see. To me a transmission is something foreign and mysterious, but they took the time to talk with me about the problems and how they would go about fixing it. I felt so confident in their skills and experience that I just told them to go ahead and fix it. It took nearly a week for them to take it all apart, clean it, analyze the issues, get a rebuild kit, and put it all back together. But, wow! When I drove it the first time it was like I was back in Germany cruising through the mountains again. Smooth as butter. It shifted at exactly the speed the manual said it should for each gear. David went from high school right to transmission school, so transmissions have been his whole life and it shows in the attention to detail. The employees have all been there for years and that tells you a lot. The shop is clean and tidy and that is a real challenge in that business. The long and the short of it is that I strongly recommend you consider Transco should you have transmission problems. They work on cars, trucks, and also handle all other automotive problems you may have. They also replaced my brake systems' master cylinder and the brake work beautifully.