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‘The’ Complete Driveline Specialists

home-picEcodrive are an authorised ZF DriveCentre providing a UK-wide ZF transmission and driveline support service operating from an extensive 1,150M² head office, workshop and parts facility near Bolton in Greater Manchester from where we offer an extensive range of support services including: on site service support; transmission and axle removal and refit service; gearbox repairs and overhauls; and the supply of genuine ZF parts and remanufactured ZF service exchange units.

We provide a UK-wide transmission and driveline mobile support service from our head office located in Manchester and through associated companies based in Glasgow, Surrey, Kent and Bristol. All service vans are fully equipped with the latest tooling and ZF test equipment and ZF factory trained engineers to ensure that customers are given a first class, comprehensive service with the minimum of downtime.

As the official trading partner of ZF Services UK Ltd we also supply genuine SACHS, LEMFOERDER and BOGE parts and service exchange components.

For information about all products within the brands SACHS, LEMFOERDER and BOGE, you can search the online catalogue of ZF Friedrichshafen AG, ZF Services below.

Browse our online shop or contact Ecodrive directly on 01204 701812.

Online catalogue of ZF Friedrichshafen AG, ZF Services – click here

Our expertise

Ecodrive Transmissions has a wealth of experience maintaining and repairing automatic, manual and automated manual transmissions for all types of vehicles from trucks and commercial vehicles to PSV and off highway applications.

We understand the importance of rapid response and fast turn-around times, and are committed to providing our customers with unparalleled levels of support and technical advice for their ZF gearbox and driveline components.

Truck transmission problems – how to identify them.

OK, so you know you have a problem with your truck or bus; you’ve noticed, when driving, that something doesn’t feel “quite right”.  Diagnosing the problem can be tricky – especially if you’re not trained in automotive mechanics. The thing is, you really do need to tackle the problem – whatever it is – as soon as possible.  Letting it develop will only make things worse, for both yourself and your wallet.  And that is especially true if the problem is to do with the vehicle’s transmission (for the uninitiated, that’s the bit that ‘transmits’ the power to the driveshaft from the engine… a rather significant aspect in actually getting […]