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How To Rebuild your Automatic Transmission Part I. Contributed By: Mark Wallace Preliminary thoughts: 1. Automatic Transmissions have a lot of parts, and are not exactly simple, If rebuilding a carburator or an engine represents a substantial challenge for you you may be better of going to a non-AAMCO transmission shop.
Rebuilding a transmission can save you money, and can also be a point of pride for any amateur mechanic. While the process can seem like a complicated puzzle at some points, rebuilding your own transmission can be a worthwhile experience.
This is a video of a 4L60-E Transmission complete disassemble and rebuild. You will recognize the first half of the teardown, the rest I had misplaced it but found it, so I put it all together as ...
The cost of rebuilding a transmission at a shop varies. A good estimate cost for a transmission rebuild at a shop is between $1500 and $3000 as of 2009. Doing it yourself would likely be under $500, considering that all you have to pay for are the parts, not the labor.
Many, such as the rebuilt Honda transmission for the Accord, are elevated to the latest specifications, with every seal and o-ring replaced. All the parts are subject to inspection and high-temperature cleaning before assembly.
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Learn how to rebuild your Automatic Transmission the right way instead of just trashing it just because it is old and tired, by reading how to do so in Car Craft Magazine.
Randy Hartman, owner of Herndon Reston Transmission in Herndon, Virginia, says the average cost of a rebuild is about $2,800 with the average cost of a replacement transmission costing $3,300 to $3,800.