Gears can sometimes be very costly to repair if they require a complete rebuild. After they require a rebuild, you tend to be asked to spend quite somewhat of money to have a problem fixed that you probably don’t understand perfectly. High performance Transmission Remanufacturer
Transmission Repair Price
Getting an accurate price quote for a refurbished or rebuilt transmission is important. There are many types of transmissions every type requires different parts and various rebuild kits.
When a transmission requires an change, there are generally 3 options you have. The first is to remove your existing transmission and restore it, then put the same, newly rebuilt device back in your car or truck. The second option is to switch your existing unit with a remanufactured transmission. The next is to replace your existing unit with an used transmission.
Rebuild / Remanufactured Transmission
In an change typically done at a transmission shop (also known as rebuilding a transmission), the transmission is removed from the automobile and completely disassembled with the parts laid out over a work-bench. Each hard part is inspected for wear and damage and then either cleaned in an unique cleaning solution, or replace by another part depending on its condition. Parts which may have friction surfaces, such as bands and clutches are replaced as are all seals and gaskets. The torque converter is also replaced, usually with a remanufactured one. Upgrades are typically performed to fix any original design flaws from the year of manufacture. Automobile manufacturers often make upgrade kits offered to transmission shops to solve these design defects.
The remanufacturing process brings a transmission again to as “new” as possible (original equipment). The majority of internal transmission parts are replaced and any worn parts are cut rear to original production specs. Technical service bulletins are checked and performed. The remanufactured transmission is completely tested and usually comes with a 3 12 months or longer warranty. Presently there are several brands of remanufactured transmissions sold by auto parts stores and repair shops.
Used as well as Junkyard Transmissions
Used feeds normally have high a long way and no guarantees. Added to that, the exact make, model, engine size and computer coded transmitting should be installed in your vehicle. Many times, you will be in charge of the labor costs (several hundred or so dollars) and fluid costs (around $50) of removing and reinstallation if the first unit can not work properly. For every unit it does not work properly, the costs of adding in a junkyard device will double. If the unit is located to have high mileage (there is no way to tell), the unit will fail without notice.
Choosing A great Option
When choosing a choice, try to be as informed as possible. Right now there are many honest indication shops and remanufactured tranny companies. But just bear in mind one last piece of information: “Cheaper is not always better”.