Are refurbished transmissions good?
A Remanufactured Transmission is a Better Solution Remanufactured transmissions save you and your transmission specialist time – bottom line. In a rebuild situation, the transmission must be removed, disassembled, parts purchased, reassembled, and installed back in your vehicle.
What is difference between rebuilt and remanufactured transmission?
A rebuilt transmission has been reconditioned. Someone has cleaned it, inspected it, identified the components that are worn or broken and replaced only those parts. A remanufactured transmission, on the other hand, has been thoroughly remanufactured as the name indicates.
What gets replaced with a new transmission?
An automatic transmission rebuild kit contains all the parts that, by design are going to eventually wear out, and consist mainly of new clutches, bands, seals, gaskets, bushings, bearings and internal transmission sealing rings along with a new transmission filter.
How long does a refurbished transmission last?
However, if a rebuilt unit is paid more attention and care in terms of small, regular maintenance jobs, this ‘like new’ unit could conceivably last as long as any new unit – around 150,000 to 200,000 miles on average.
Is it expensive to rebuild a transmission?
Average Cost of Rebuild, Repair, and Replace: A used/salvage transmission ranges from $800 to $1500, a rebuilt transmission from $1100 to $2800 and a remanufactured from $1300 to $3400. The labor to remove and replace a transmission ranges from $500 to $1200 for 4 to 10 hours of billed time.
What is the average cost to replace a transmission?
On average, replacing a vehicle transmission costs around $2,600, with average prices the replacement of a transmission ranging from about $1,800 to $3,400 in the US for 2020 according to TransmissionRepairCostGuide.
How long do remanufactured transmissions last?
What’s the difference between transmission rebuild and transmission replacement?
Transmission Rebuilds. A transmission rebuild is where the entire transmission is taken apart and inspected. Any worn, failed, or damaged parts are then replaced and the transmission is reassembled and replaced into your car.
When do you replace hard parts in a transmission?
Typically soft parts are replaced at the time of rebuild. Bushings are typically replaced as needed, and the same goes for bearings and washers. If you want all of the “soft parts” changed at the time of rebuild, make sure to request that type of rebuild kit. Hard parts are parts made of steel or aluminum inside your transmission.
What’s the turnaround time for a remanufactured transmission?
Hence, the estimated turnaround time for remanufactured transmissions is arguably 48 hours (2 days). In contrast, rebuilt transmissions go through a time-consuming rebuild process. The faulty transmission is removed, gets disassembled, and then compatible parts are used to “rebuild” the system.
Why does it cost so much to repair a transmission?
If your transmission needs to be rebuilt or replaced you can expect to pay more for parts and the skilled labor needed to complete the fix. What parts are damaged and to what extent they are damaged is the main factor in transmission repair costs.
Where can I get a remanufactured transmission for my car?
If you are a vehicle owner, you can purchase JASPER remanufactured transmissions and transfer cases from the automotive service facility that you frequent. If you don’t have a service facility that you work with on a regular basis, you can find a JASPER installer near you with our Installer Locator.
How are Transtar transmissions remanufactured in the US?
Transtar’s full line of OE-quality automatic and standard transmissions and transfer case units are remanufactured in the U.S.A. with the latest OE Updates and are backed by “Transtar Seal of Quality.” Transtar facilities that currently stock complete units ensuring one-day delivery to nearly anywhere in the 48 contiguous states!
Who are hi tech transmissions and what do they do?
Hi-Tech Transmissions is affiliated with ATSG, (Automatic Transmission Service Group), A.T.R.A. (Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association), and All-Data (Technical Support) to provide our employees with the latest in technological training and manufacturer upgrades in keeping with the highly technical drive systems in vehicles today.
How long is the warranty on a remanufactured transmission?
Our transmissions, transfer cases and a complete line of standard transmission parts is second to none. All of our ‘remans’ (remanufactured transmissions) carry a generous 90 Day, 12 Month or 24 Month warranty depending on your needs. Why choose High Gear for your transmission?