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Transmission Repair vs. Replacement

By on July 31, 2015 in Automotive Services, Featured

The difference between replacing and repairing your car’s transmission is a matter of great expense and considerable time and effort. Which solution is more viable depends upon the state of your vehicle’s current transmission, with the obvious intention being to catch any transmission problems before they snowball out of control – so that you can take your car in to be serviced, and to have its transmission repaired, before it’s too late to do so.

trans rebuildRepairing a fixable transmission may cost you anywhere from $1000 to $2000; by comparison, replacing an irreparable transmission will cost you between $1800 and $3600… and that’s for the replacement itself. You still need to come up with the money for the transmission; even for a salvaged transmission, that’s usually another $1,000 minimum. For something completely remanufactured, you might be talking about an additional $3500 or more. For many used cars, it quickly becomes more economical to simply replace the vehicle.

If you need transmission repair in Greenville, or in the surrounding area, you want to come to All-Trans. All-Trans are the recognized leaders in the diagnosis and repair of transmission problems within the Greenville, SC region. They carry a wide variety of both manual and automatic transmissions, and are recognized leading experts in transmission installation and transmission maintenance.

If it’s worth your while to have your transmission replaced, they will do it for a reasonable cost – and you can rest assured that your vehicle has a transmission which was installed by the best. The helpful staff at All-Trans will help you to understand the best ways to take care of your car or truck, so as to maximize the viable lifespan of your transmission. Whether you need your transmission repaired, or you need an entirely new transmission installed, All-Trans are the people to go see in the Greenville SC area.

Under no circumstances should you trust transmission repairs to your local corner service station. Service station mechanics are capable and skilled individuals… just like your family doctor. Like your family doctor, they can diagnose and “treat” a large number of conditions, as well as advise you on how to best avoid those conditions in the future. The transmission on your car, however, is an extremely difficult and time-consuming part of your car to examine, diagnose, and repair. You wouldn’t go to your family doctor for open-heart surgery; don’t go to your corner mechanic for a transmission problem! Take it to the experts instead.

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