If your car won’t move when placed it in drive or in reverse you may possibly have a transmission failure. Customers often call and ask us for the cost for a transmission repair. Fact is that their vehicle may need a rebuilt transmission. Transmission repair is not quite the same as a transmission rebuild. Repairing the transmission may typically consists of replacing solenoid shift, external controls, speed senor, pack, etc… A rebuilt transmission service should consist of:
Complete disassembly transmission
Careful inspection for damaged internal or cracked components
Replacement of internal components which are damaged or not within the factory tolerance
Replacement of the clutches, seals, and gaskets
Transmission valve body disassembled and tested for proper function with possible replacement if required
Degrease all and steam clean of the reusable internal components and transmission case
Replace the torque converter
Assemble transmission using only quality replacement parts
Reinstall the transmission
Fill the transmission to capacity with required fluid
Road test your vehicle to verify the performance quality
As you can see from the list of steps there is a considerable difference between a transmission repair and a quality rebuilt transmission. Eagle Transmission of Denton uses only quality parts from the supply source used by many of the transmission manufacturers.
A quality rebuilt Eagle Transmission of Denton provides the best value for money spent. We build transmission to last!!