Drive a manual or stick shift transmission? We know those too! Our Transmission Multi-Point Inspection check may find your problem is with your clutch and cannot be corrected by external adjustments, repair or replacement of a clutch-related component.
At your local, independent AAMCO Greater Tampa Bay Centers, we provide you with expert repair and service for all of your total car care needs! From automatic/manual transmission repair and rebuilding to clutch service and replacement, our advanced computer diagnostics can identify and help fix all drivability problems – including 4x4s, fleet.
Drive a manual Your certified AAMCO expert technician performs the following steps in diagnosing and repairing your clutch:
- At AAMCO Loveland we understand that transmission repair can be a scary idea, not to mention the cost many people immediately dread. We take the fear out of transmission repair by informing you of what exactly needs to be done to get your car back on the road reliably and quickly.
- These costs are typical of transmission repair shops. Expect to pay on the high side of these numbers if you have the work done at an automobile dealership or franchise chain. Cost to REBUILD a Transmission: Cost Range: $1,580 to $4,020 Average Cost: $1,975 to $2,700. Cost to Purchase and Install a REMANUFACTURED Transmission.
- Remove your vehicle’s transmission.
- Inspect the clutch disc, pressure plate, flywheel and related components.
- Replace any required components to meet AAMCO’s exacting standards.
- Reinstall of the transmission.
- Refill with fresh, clean fluid.
- Perform a lift check to ensure proper clutch installation and adjustment.
Your vehicle is then road tested to ensure proper clutch operation, and your car, truck or SUV is ready to go for miles and miles to come.
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Transmission & Auto Repair
No matter what you drive from automatic, manual, or CVT, everyone knows having trouble with a car’s transmission can be stressful and cost you thousands. When your vehicle stops functioning properly and you notice that something is wrong, it is difficult figuring out what has happened. Likewise, deciding if you need a transmission rebuild or a transmission replacement is another difficult choice. Knowing the difference can be confusing but it doesn’t have to be.
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Diagnostics Are Everything
Once you have come to the conclusion that it’s actually the transmission that needs to be fixed, this can lead to an entirely new set of conclusions that may be drawn. Many of us make the mistake of bringing our vehicle to any transmission repair shop that may do it quickly or at a reasonable price. However, you need a reputable mechanic shop that can provide quality parts and labor. In addition, you also they also need to correctly perform a “Vehicle Courtesy Check”, which can acccurately detect your transmission problems and fix what has failed.
Even though the average transmission repair can cost a lot, it is worth doing it right the first time with someone you can trust. A reputable repair shop that knows how to correctly diagnose the problem and how to fix it the right way is critical to solving this dillemma. There are actually three different options when it comes to getting your transmission back to a good working condition-make sure that the right option is chosen for your particular issue.
Transmission Fix Options
The first option for fixing a transmission is to have it “repaired.” Having the option to do a repair is less likely because it can’t be done if the parts that are going bad have caused too much damage.
When repairing a transmission you are basically replacing the minimum amount of parts so that the transmission is brought back to good working conditions. This typically costs less, so it is smart to get the right diagnosisof your transmission the first time around.
The next option is to have your transmission “replaced.” This means that you will completely replace the entire transmission and this can be very costly.
The last option is having your transmission “rebuilt.” This means that the parts that are completely worn out will be rebuilt one by one and may not cost as much as a complete replacement.
A transmission replacement is the most expensive option when fixing your transmission. The cost in replacing your transmission can average from the lower hundreds to a thousand dollars, depending on your transmission type. In many cases, you will hear this referred to as “re-manufactured.” Basically, the manufacturer will replace parts that have gone bad with modified parts. This is an option if the transmission is too damaged to even consider a rebuild.
One thing to keep in mind with a replacement is the transmission is redone in a factory setting. The positive to having this done is that the people working on it can be skilled specifically to that particular transmission. When you chose to replace your transmission, you are essentially restoring it back to pre-built factory specifications. There can be positive implications with this depending on your overall goal and how server the damage on your transmission.
Why Choose to Rebuild over Replace
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A transmission rebuild is a great option in most cases. This means you are only replacing the parts that have failed. Unlike the transmission replacement, the cost of rebuilding your transmission is a lot easier on your wallet. Just like a replacement, you are fixing certain parts, but not doing it in a factory setting. You will want a very reputable repair shop to have this done.
You may want to have a rebuild over a replacement because the cost to rebuild is less than an entire replacement and it is not done on the factory level. Also, having it done in a factory-setting does not necessarily mean that all the parts are brand new from the manufacturer. In most cases, brand new transmissions are only done when new cars are produced.
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New parts, just for you
When rebuilding a transmission, new parts such as the seals, gaskets, clutch, and bands are essentially replaced. These are most often what is worn out in a transmission when it is taken apart. The first step in a rebuild is to disassemble and clean the parts. Then, a new torque converter is used and the solenoids will be replaced. Once all this has been finished, the transmission will be reassembled and put back into your vehicle, so make sure you have a mechanic that knows what they are doing during every step of the process.
AAMCO Colorado Can Do It All
If you’re looking for a reputable shop to help you identify specifically what has failed on your vehicle and think you need a transmission repair immediately, Schedule an Appointmentbefore it is too late. Our team has the right tools, expertise, and experience to help you with your transmssion problems. From a transmission fluid flush, to a rebuild, or a diagnosis, we’re here to help you. Call any of our AAMCO Colorado locations for a FREE Vehicle Courtesy Check now.