Replacing a transmission can be a huge task. When a transmission is faulty there are a few options to get it up and running. You can either have the transmission repaired, which involves replacing the damaged parts only. You may even purchase a used one online or from a junkyard. However, the third and most reliable option is a transmission rebuild.
When your transmission is rebuilt, the entire transmission is disassembled and each part checked for wear. The worn-out parts are then replaced with new ones and the transmission is made as good as new. Let’s look at why a transmission rebuilding is a better option than having a used one installed in your car:
Quality of Rebuilt Transmission
The quality of a rebuilt transmission is without a doubt reliable. This is because during the disassembling process, each part is removed and inspected for possible wear in future. If a part is found to be unreliable, it is replaced. With a used transmission, there is no guarantee of the quality. It may have been running for 100,000 miles or less, there is no way to tell. (Our transmission rebuilds come with the longest transmission warranty in the area – 3 Years / Unlimited Miles!)
Quicker Than Buying A Used One
If you have an older car model, finding a used transmission can be a hassle. You’ll need to go to junkyards and online auctions to look for one. Even if you find one quickly, it takes about a week to be delivered. Rebuilding a transmission, on the other hand, takes 2 to 3 days. Transmission rebuilds not only guarantee that the work done is up to par, but also get your car up and running in no time.
Warranty for Rebuild
The best part about having your transmission rebuilt is that we give you a warranty. If anything goes wrong with the transmission during the warranty period, we will take care of it! Our warranty is the best in town – 3 years / unlimited miles, while used transmissions are generally sold as-is and usually don’t have warranty. If the transmission becomes faulty after a few miles, you’ll have to get another one or have it rebuilt anyway.
Do you need a transmission repair or transmission rebuild? Contact us today!
I have a 2010 Nissan Rogue sl
My transmission is leaking fluid real bad…
I have 2006 ford explorer v8 4.6L my torque coverter is the problem gone out
Do I just get a converter or ?
My 99 Durango tranny started grinding in and out of gears and won’t move from the driveway, trying to find the cheapest price to rebuild it.
I have a 2000 Nissan Xterra xe. Is there a possible chance my transmission will be able to get rebuilt?
I have 2014 Pathfinder hybrid and require a rebuilt one – how much does it cost? In case available, can you ship internationally to the Middle East?
I Dont know if my 99 c1500 4l60e is one of a kind, but had to have it rebuilt at 78,000 in 2007, But the rebuilt last close to 150,000 miles in both cases I took it to a well know shop in my area, got it back 2 weeks ago great, great trans
I have 2016 toyota corolla le cvt k313 150000kmile trans with jerky on low speed(it was small jerky on 90kmile),and i have the dealer test drive he said didnt feel the jerky ,first shop checked ,used the scan tool said that my car drive inconsistent they recommand change the solenoid 480.if still exist then go to the next high budget repair.2nd shop checked,my transmission mount broken and transmission need rebuilt all together cost is 2600 with 1 year warrant unlimited mile.he said replace used trans are without warranty so he ask to opt for rebuilt.he said if replace used is 1800.so what should do,could you give me advice.thank you