Shop Spotlight 9/24/18 - Turner's Transmission Service

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September 26, 2018

Say hello to our very first shop spotlight, Turner Transmission Service!

Turner’s Transmission Service is a family owned and operated transmission repair shop, serving transmission repair needs of drivers in Ocala, Florida since 1954. Turner's owners have a lifetime of experience in transmission repairs, transmission service, 4 X 4 T-cases, axels, in-house torque converter rebuilds, transmission maintenance service, transmission diagnostics, automatic transmission service, standard transmission service and classic auto transmissions.
Ray “Skip” Kinsey began working under the founder, Henry Turner Sr., his grandfather, since the age of 15. He now runs the company alongside his mother, Louise Lusher.

Turner’s Transmission Service offers a friendly, comfortable environment where you will encounter a knowledgeable staff doing thorough and honest work. When you do business with a family business, you’ll be treated like family.

Although transmissions have changed over the last few decades, Turner's technicians have ATRA and ASE Certifications to be up-to-date with the latest technologies. Satisfaction is always guaranteed. From minor repairs to complete torque converter rebuilds, Turner's can help with your automatic and manual transmissions for domestic and imported cars.

Turner’s Transmission Service combines experience with integrity and customers have been satisfied and referring others for over 60 years.

Turner’s Transmission Service specializes in scanning, diagnosing, rebuilding and replacing transmissions on foreign and domestic vehicles. They are the only torque converter rebuilding facility in the greater Ocala area.

Turner’s Transmission Service rebuilds T-Cases, axles, as well as regular and heavy duty torque converters, all rebuilt in house. They can accommodate large RV’s and trucks.

Turner’s Transmission Service sells parts and torque converters (and heavy-duty torque converters) from their extensive parts department.

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