ASE Certified: What It Means For Your Transmission
Up until the 1970s, anyone in the United States, including Appleton, could work on your car. Whether the mechanic you hired was any good or not, was often a matter of chance. Whether they could actually repair, overhaul or replace your transmission was sometimes guess work. You had to trust word-of-mouth or believe the claims of the business. The results were very uneven. Something had to be done.
The Creation of the ASE
In 1972, the non-profit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) came into existence. It created a national program to test and certify automotive professionals in both the repair and service industry. Its intent was to create standards within a mainly unregulated business. It wanted to improve the overall quality of automotive repair in all facets including engines and transmissions.
The initial amount of ASE certified technicians was small, but grew over the years. Today, around 400,000 automotive technicians are ASE certified. Every five years, they must go to be retested. This ensures these professionals are keeping up with
ASE Certified Transmission Professionals in Appleton
In Appleton, it is easy to locate an ASE certified transmission expert. Trans Works Transmissions has several ASE technicians on staff. They are qualified to perform any number of tests and repairs to your transmission. These include repairs for:
- Light trucks
- Automotive transmission vehicles
- All wheel drive
- 4 x 4 trucks
- Motor homes
Why choose an ASE Certified Shop or Dealer?
There are many reasons why you should always search for the blue and white ASE Logo at a shop. When it comes to specialized repair work, such as those required by transmissions, you need someone who knows what they are doing. You have to have someone who is aware of the latest technology on the market. Most importantly, you need someone you can trust to repair your car. In Appleton, the choice is obvious – the ASE technicians at Trans Works Transmissions. They will see you right.