Subaru Manual Transmission Repair Rebuild

Looking for Subaru transmission repair? Look no further…..

MDH Motors specializes in Subaru manual transmission repairs and rebuilds

Martin Hand has over 13 years experience in Subaru transmission repair and is currently offering a special on transmission repairs.


Receive $100.00 off any major manual transmission rebuild, please contact us for details


Transmission Problems or Concerns? Worry no more with a FREE transmission performance inspection. Automatic and Standard transmissions included.

Subaru Automatic Transmission Repair

MDH Motors also offer’s repair in Subaru Automatic transmissions, please contact us for details.

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About Martin Hand

ASE Certified L1 Advanced Mastertech. Martin Hand has over 15 years experience in Asian and European Import Auto Repair. Specializing in electrical diagnosis, engine performance, AT/MT transmission repair/rebuild. Martin is also pursuing a degree in Computers Science & Information Systems starting at Portland Community College while he plans to transfer to OIT. Certified in Java application level programming, experienced with other languages such as PHP, Ruby, JavaScript and Swift. Martin has future plans of automotive diagnostic software development.


  • Axel Heller says:

    I have a Baja 2003 Manual Transmission EJ 251 engine
    I drive at 3000 RPM for a speed of 63.5 MPH
    3200 RPM for a speed of 69 MPH
    These are GPS speeds
    I have never driven a vehicle engine that high in RPM’s to be able to drive the speed limit, usually at 2700 RPM/65 MPH
    My question is — Can I change the 5th gear for a smaller ratio? Believe is 0.780 to a 0.735 (WRX)
    I live in So California

    • Martin Hand says:

      I have never done it for a Subaru but if the gears are available then yes you could change the 5th gear ratio. Otherwise you would need to re-gear both the front and rear differentials.

  • Uma says:

    No, they have insurance to cover your vcilehe while it is in the shop and on road test (s). Be sure the mechanics are all ASE ( automotive service excellence ) certified. They are better trained, and work faster thus costing you less labor cost. Another thing to look for , is the shop area clean ? If so, that is an indication they take pride in their work.

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