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Restore your transmission to its best shape with the help of the transmission rebuild kit. If you aren't that auto-savvy, this kit is heaven-sent. It contains everything you need like steel clutch plates, gasket, friction plates, seal kit, overhaul gasket, and many more. It also have flex band for those systems which require using one in installing the transmission. You can never go wrong with this kit. For most cars, the transmission system is built to last. However, due to regular wear and tear, it can also get worn out. During times like these, it is best to take it in for repair. Or if you are well-versed in automotive know-how, do the repair yourself. Just get a replacement transmission assembly, while you're at it get a transmission rebuild kit too. Once you've got everything you need, just follow your car's repair manual, test it, and you're good to go. Get your transmission rebuild kit and transmission assembly from Auto Parts Warehouse now to fix your vehicle. Browse our extensive catalog and get a hold of the many parts and accessories we have for your ride. You can't go wrong with our fast and secured shipping and excellent customer service. Order now!
Choosing the Right Transmission Rebuild Kit
When your transmission is shifting hard, soft, or not at all, it can be attributed to a number of problems. There may be a defect in the electronics. The control unit may be busted and may not be allowing you to shift properly. Although years of performing under heavy loads, stress, and heat can take a toll on your transmission, some transmission systems can still be repaired without requiring a replacement. However, if your vehicle's transmission is way past its prime, it might be time to replace it. A transmission rebuild kit not only gives your car a new life, it also gives you a chance to upgrade your car's performance.
What to look for in a transmission rebuild kit
A transmission rebuild kit is not cheap, but it can do wonders to your car by improving performance and by helping your vehicle become more reliable. If you're willing to shell out the dough for a new transmission system, we prepared a guide that can help you in choosing the right one.
Consider these features when buying a transmission rebuild kit. The new kit should be able to:
- Improve performance over your stock transmission
- It moves along with the gear stick, supporting it as you shift gears.
- Prevent overheating
- Help your vehicle become more reliable
- Carry at least a one-year warranty
To repair or rebuild
There are some transmission problems that can be repaired without removing the transmission from the vehicle. For instance, if the part that needs replacing is easily accessible, or if the problem is electrical, then a total rebuild is not necessary. However, there is a good chance that more parts are damaged by the parts that you found out were faulty. A rebuild, in this case, is your best bet to making sure your car is in tiptop shape.
You might have to do a bit of research about the upgrades done to your car's transmission technology since you bought it. An upgrade might cost more than a stock replacement, but be aware that it can lengthen the life of any car you have grown to love-one that you're planning to give a second chance.
How to Install Your Transmission Rebuild Kit
No matter what make or model your car is, a transmission rebuild is not cheap. If you have arrived at this page, chances are you have checked every single part in your transmission individually for problems, and have found none. You might have found out that your transmission is ailing, or has simply given up. Fortunately, we have put together a simplified guide for the DIYer who has time on his hands-a step-by-step tutorial on how to tackle the arduous task of rebuilding a transmission. Note that these instructions are applicable to a Dodge transmission. However, there should be very little difference with other manual transmission systems.
Difficulty level: Difficult
Tools that you'll need:
- Socket wrench
- Blow gun
Step 1: The first thing you need to do is to disassemble the components of the transmission body. Remove the bolts on the bottom of the transmission oil pan using a socket wrench, and remove the pan. Remove the transmission fluid filter.
Step 2: Detach the gaskets, valve body, and separator plate from the top part of the transmission. You should now have access to the transfer case. Use a blow gun on the valve body and transfer case to remove any debris or old gaskets. The transfer case needs to be disassembled as well.
Step 3: Locate the shift selector pin at the bottom of the transfer case and remove it, along with the transmission oil pump. Carefully remove the snap rings on each of the transmission gears. Take note of the order in which you removed them, as this will be very useful during reassembly. Get the new snap rings, gaskets, seals, friction plates, and transfer plates from the new kit, and put them in place of the old ones.
Step 4: Replace the bearings and valve seals in the valve body with the new ones that came with the kit. At this point it is important to note that the kit you bought was made specifically to match your car model's requirements. Refer to the kit's manual as it might require a slightly different rebuild. Once you have rebuilt the valve body, begin reassembling the transmission.
Step 5: To start reassembling the transmission, replace all the snap rings on the transfer case pinion gears. Insert the transfer case into the transmission housing and reconnect the bolts. Reattach the housings and reinsert the fluid filter and pan. Finally, refill the transmission with transmission fluid.