From simple service to differential reconditioning, repair or diff rebuilds
Kaspa Transmissions are your differential specialists. Whether it is a simple service or a full reconditioning or rebuild, Kaspa Transmissions can take care of it. Read about our services.
All you need to do is drive into one of our branches, and one of our friendly staff will take your vehicle for a no-obligation written assessment of your differential's condition.
Years ago, there were only a couple of different oil grades, but these days because of the close tolerances and different materials used for gears and clutches, there are as many oils as there are makes of cars. Using the wrong oil can have catastrophic results. This is just one of the reasons you should take your car to an expert like Kaspa for your next diff service or repair.
When servicing your diff, we can drain and inspect the oil for contamination, and where necessary.
Some common diff problems:
- Shuddering while cornering
- Rumbling or grinding noise while driving
- Winning noise either on acceleration or deceleration
- Clunking or banging when gears are engaged
- Banging or knocking when you accelerate and decelerate quickly.
Some of these problems can be fixed with simple service others problems may need more work.
So please don't leave it any longer.
Get an obligation-free quote.
Kaspa transmissions are differential specialists and have all the knowledge to help you with your differential repair. With hands-on experience, training, and in-house research, we know that we can cover all problems and point you in the right direction.
Please don't leave it any longer.
Book a written assessment today!
What is a differential?
A toy car doesn't turn very well because it doesn't have a differential. Your vehicle does, this enables the outside wheels when the car is turning to travel faster and further than the inside wheels.
The differential is the set of gears that transmits engine power to the wheels while allowing them to turn at different speeds when the vehicle is turning. The type of differential depends on whether you have a front-wheel-drive (FWD), rear-wheel-drive (RWD), All-wheel-drive (AWD) or four-wheel-drive (4WD) vehicle. 4WD vehicles add a centre differential or transfer case to distribute power to the front and rear.