Lee Myles Auto Care & Transmissions - College Point

Lee Myles Auto Care & Transmissions - College Point Whether you are looking for a transmission maintenance or rebuild, you can trust that our College Point transmission repair facility can handle the job!

HAPPY HUMP DAY!  It's actually National Sewing Machine Day and National Axe Throwing Day.  Which one are you celebrating...
13th June, 2018 | Days Of The Year


It's actually National Sewing Machine Day and National Axe Throwing Day.

Which one are you celebrating? I'm pretty sure I'm going to find and throw an axe today at some point. Hopefully with all safety precautions under consideration 👍😜

Read more about these great national days here:

Long ago, when mankind first started working with fibers to produce clothing, things were long and arduous. Fiber had to be laboriously broken down and spun into yarn and thread, and then thread woven into...

When should you replace your car battery?Although batteries can last for five years or more when properly cared for, mos...
Worried about When Should I Replace a Car Battery?

When should you replace your car battery?

Although batteries can last for five years or more when properly cared for, most car batteries will become worn down and inefficient within three years of everyday use in normal conditions. Just like your computer or smart-phone battery becomes less efficient with every charge, so your car battery gradually deteriorates every time it’s charged up by the vehicle’s engine.

Things to consider:
1- How is the auto electrical system responding?
2- The newer your car, the bigger the strain on its battery.
3- Check your battery frequently to avoid breakdowns and extend its lifespan.
4- Cars with stop-start technology may need special batteries.

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Wondering when should I replace a car battery? Ask your mechanic to check your car battery to see if it’s time for a car battery replacement.

Kids will soon be out of school and coming to a neighborhood near you (some already are!).  So let's be safe this summer...
School’s Out: Summer Safety Tips for Drivers and Parents | Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization

Kids will soon be out of school and coming to a neighborhood near you (some already are!). So let's be safe this summer. Read over some of these tips. Keep your eyes peeled as a driver and a few excellent tips for parents to teach their kids (like making eye contact with a driver before they cross).

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School’s Out: Summer Safety Tips for Drivers and Parents School is out for summer and the SCTPO wants to remind drivers and parents about the importance of keeping children safe throughout the summer months. Drivers should be extra cautious in looking for child pedestrians and bicyclists during th...

CNET On Cars - How-To: Parallel park in a tight spot

We know you LOVE parallel parking!

In case you don't love it so much, here is a great tutorial with tips to glide you right into that spot.

Don't want to park it yourself at all? There's a little clip at the end discussing Active Park Assist and Autonomous Parking (the car can park without you in it!)


http://cnet.co/1cSEM0E Parallel parking remains a cause of shame for a lot of drivers. CNET's Brian Cooley has a simple technique and a couple of technologie...

Is your transmission fluid low??First of all, you may be wondering, what is transmission fluid? Transmission fluid is a ...
Top 4 Common Symptoms of Low Transmission Fluid | Cannon Auto Repair

Is your transmission fluid low??

First of all, you may be wondering, what is transmission fluid? Transmission fluid is a slippery liquid that lubricates all the surfaces and components of the transmission system so they don’t wear out too quickly by preventing excessive friction and overheating. It also serves as a viscous fluid that transmits power from the engine to the transmission.

Transmission fluid is supposed to remain in your vehicle for its entire lifespan without changing it, although some mechanics will tell you that you should change it every 50,000 miles.

However, if your transmission develops a leak because of a worn out or damaged component, you may start to notice some or all of the following symptoms of low transmission fluid:
1- Delayed Shifting
2- Difficult or Erratic Shifting
3- Transmission Overheats.

If any of the above symptoms persist after you’ve topped off the transmission fluid, then it’s very likely that your transmission will need to be rebuilt or replaced. To avoid this, start checking your transmission fluid on a regular basis. If you put a lot of miles on your vehicle or tow heavy loads, then you should check it at least every two weeks. Otherwise, most drivers can check it once a month (unless there’s a leak)

All credit to Cannon Auto Repair blogs & tips:

If you neglect routine transmission service on your vehicle, you may start experiencing some of the symptoms of low transmission fluid. Make an Appt today at your auto shop!



Gas-Saving Tips for Your Auto
While it is always wise to conserve natural resources, the recent price of gasoline has made even the most wasteful people think twice. Whatever your motivation, here are some gas saving tips from the pros at the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).

1- Monitor tires. Under inflated tires or poorly aligned wheels waste fuel by forcing the engine to work harder. (Let the tires cool down before checking the air pressure.) Out-of-line wheels, as evidenced by uneven tread wear, should be aligned by a professional.

2- Remove excess weight. Remove unnecessary items from the vehicle. Store only essentials in the trunk. Less weight means better mileage.

3- Consolidate trips and errands. Some trips may be unnecessary. Also, try to travel when traffic is light so you can avoid stop-and-go conditions.

4- Avoid excessive idling. Shut off the engine while waiting for friends and family.

5- Observe speed limits. Speeding decreases your miles per gallon.

6- Drive gently. Sudden accelerations guzzle gas. Anticipate traffic patterns ahead and adjust your speed gradually.

7- Use windows and air conditioning wisely. Your mileage should improve if you keep the windows closed at highway speeds, since air drag is reduced. This is true even with the air conditioning on-assuming that the system is in good working order. But turn the air conditioning off in stop-and-go traffic to save fuel.

8- Keep your engine "tuned up." A well-maintained engine operates at peak efficiency, maximizing gas mileage. Follow the service schedules listed in the owner's manual. Replace filters and fluids as recommended; have engine performance problems (rough idling, poor acceleration, etc.) corrected at a repair facility. Given today's high-tech engines, it's wise to have this type of work done by auto technicians who are ASE certified in engine performance.

These conservation tips will not only save gasoline, they'll help extend the life of your vehicle. Win-win, indeed.


Have you heard what our customers are saying..."These guys were great. Courteous, honest, and professional."Nelson A.


Have you heard what our customers are saying?

Great customer service and quality work. They work on city vehicle's as well ...A+ - Roy

Weekend Fun Alert!
Strictly 90's & 2000's Boat Ride

Weekend Fun Alert!

Sunday June 25, 2017 TopStar Ent & RFB DJs presents their annual boat ride. This year we are "STRICTLY 90's & 2000's" Join us aboard The Paddle Wheel Queen at the Worlds Fair Marina in Flushing Queens. 125-00 Northern Blvd -- across from Citi Field. Boarding time: 6:00pm Departure Time: 7:00pm Retur...

Independent Artist Showcase Coming June 18th!https://www.eventbrite.com/e/independent-artist-showcase-judged-by-atlantic...

Independent Artist Showcase Coming June 18th!

Showcase King INC in association with T&B Management presents The Independent Artist Showcase going down (JUNE 18, 2017) at ANGLES – 32-17 College Point Blvd, Flushing, NY 11354 / Hosted by: Viking CEO of T&B Management and Smack White of URLTV.TV. This showcase will be Judged by Atlantic Records, R...

Taking Mom to the city for Mother's Day? Here's a fun time for the entire family.
Mother's Day Lunch Cruise

Taking Mom to the city for Mother's Day? Here's a fun time for the entire family.

Treat mom to our Mother's Day Lunch Cruise! On this beautiful Sunday, relax and sightsee our amazing city as we sail to the Statue of Liberty. With a complimentary drink on the house, live DJ entertainment, and plenty of photo ops, this mother's day gift will be truly unforgettable. From Skyport Mar...

Earth Day is coming up!
Astoria Park Earth Day Shore Fest

Earth Day is coming up!

In honor of Earth Day, Shore Blvd will be closed to traffic for a nature-themed Spring Kickoff celebration that will feature community volunteer opportunities, free public programming and the re-opening of the renovated Bocce Ball Court.


Have you heard what our customers are saying? Here's what Roy had to say..."Great customer service and quality work. They work on city vehicle's as well ...A+" Stop in and let us earn your trust too!

Winter Storm Warning in NYC and Southern NY State

Winter storm warning is still in effect until 6pm. Be safe!

A Winter Storm Warning for Heavy Snow means severe winter weather conditions are expected or occurring. Significant amounts of snow are forecast that will make travel dangerous. Only travel in an emergency. If you must travel...keep an extra flashlight...food... and water in your vehicle in case of…


Don't leave for a holiday road trip with a transmission problem!

$100 OFF!
$100 Off Automatic Transmission Rebuild. Coupon must be presented at vehicle drop off. One coupon per vehicle. Cannot be used with any other coupon, offer, or discount. Please call us for more information.


132-04 11th Ave
College Point, NY

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 1pm


(718) 886-1000


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