slip and slide factory Transmission Rebuild 101: Words From A Shop Manager's Perspective

by:JOY Inflatable     2020-11-22
slip and slide factory Transmission Rebuild 101: Words From A Shop Manager\'s Perspective
Course introduction.Well...How many people have experienced the experience of rebuilding transmission?Ok...Thank you for raising your hand.You're all fired!(Just Kidding...However, the center will be for the first time for people who need to rebuild...Or someone \ "pre-Transmission \ "reconstruction.
..Help them gain some insight.
) Now.
..What makes me qualified to write such a center on this topic.I'm a committee.The transmission manager who paid for four yearsDuring that time, I was able to live a good life in this regard.This article will be written from my experience as a transmission store manager.
..People who often go.
.Many details about the transmission must be explained to my client.Even some Men...A small crash course is required...In terms of transport operations, when you rebuild something below.This is really a key point: "Everything below you has been there all the time ".
Like most things we can't see.
..We tend to take them for granted.
However, your transmission is used every time you speed up.And, with every shift in it, there's always a lot of things happening in it...Whether we're talking about a standard transmission or an automatic transmission.
..Like all the machines.
..Every point you use related to it.
..It began to wear slowly.
This is the essence of everything on Earth.So don't make it too bad...If there is no warning one day..You have a transmission failure.It happens!For those of you who are easy to get your vehicle on for long periods of time...You may have considered it...One day you will need a transmission rebuild.
Transmission reconstruction is not cheap.
..So what\'s new.
But let me prove why the rebuilding costs you...We will set off from there.The transmission is large and bulky.They need a lot of care and expertise from the very beginning to get the job doneto-end.They have a lot of moving parts that need to work perfectly like a watch.
..This applies even to standard transmission.You won't try to "short"Put a watch back together...Then expect it to work properly.This is especially suitable for the bulky and complex machine under the floor of your vehicle.
You really expect it to do its job every time...No failure.My goal at this center called "transport rebuild 101" is to give you some insight and familiarity with the transport rebuild industry.So, as you walk into the front door of the local transfer store, once you're welcomed by the transfer center manager, you'll have more preparation and understanding of what you might start expecting.
Transmission is a very important task.
It's not easy to go to them.
They need two special tools.
..Complete the work quickly and efficiently.Transmission Jack and car lift.These are basic...and essential.With the development of equipment, they are not cheap.(The picture can be seen below.) Please note: for a good store, there should be a few pieces of these two items to keep it busy.
A good store will want to keep things going in order for everyone to make money...Keep happy and so on.Why should I tell you this?So, you can see the basics of a good running store and identify something right away.I will talk more about the key later in this article.
You don't want to pull in some "flies"by-Night \ "operation...or a \"flat-rate\" shop...Or a group of amateurs...do you?I mean you might like the price they give you...But if you find yourself back on the highway and stuck in trouble after a month or two, what is the benefit?Here are the photos I promised to show you so that you know what to start looking for when you enter the parking lot of the transmission store.
.Note: This is not a restaurant.
..This is equivalent to a lot of cars being a great place to eat or they are always busy.It doesn't mean to see the transmission shop having a lot of cars in the parking lot.It may just mean they are slow...or incompetent.You don't want it either...trust me!Continue to start the course: what are the conditions for a good store?Ok.
..I have been educating you about making up a good store (from behind the desk...And what it should look like.So you can start to get to know the store.Those who will work hard for you and do your job well.
Not some of the "suspicious" companies that are on the fly-Lift the ol \ 'elevator in a building that is barely standing...There are also several cats (and mice) who build houses with the remaining vehicles...someday!Or, in a worn-out old place, it will send some "unskilled" workers to crawl under your vehicle with lift racks and ratchet and pull tranny out.
Not .
..There may be some good people who make a living by pulling and rebuilding the transmission in such a place...Mainly local shade"Tree" mechanics.If you use them in the transport work, just make sure that...They came very badly.Experience recommended from very good friends or family.
..The transmission built for them worked for them for a long time after work.OK, moving on.Let me introduce some other good things that make up a good store.What you should be lookingStandards in the industry, you should have the feeling of making informed decisions.
At least one or two brand new elevators (if they have been around for years)Then the elevator is worn out and eventually needs to be replaced due to the fatigue of repeated use over the years.Some staff in the store.Some noise.Some ironed-It's probably oil...Actually somewhere on the shirt should be oily...If they do work on the vehicle), the boxes and boxes of the huge standing toolbox (depending on the number of employees in the store.
It is the responsibility of everyone to have their own tools.They need a variety of tools to be proficient in their work), organized parts areas, organized shops, clean floors, little spills, professional Manners, you're just walking around the store (which means they actually have Insurance !)), At least: a person who studies and/or carefully assembles the transmission, a very large part washing machine (looks and sounds like a large dishwasher), a one like-Look at the machine, the air hose connector visible on the wall/air line/rubber air hose, most of the time (at least a few days later) the car is spinning from the elevator.Note: some cars can't move, or it's too much trouble to move once the front end bottom frame is removed), large storage tanks for new oil, large storage tanks for disposable oil and clean public office areas.
(Maybe even some nice reading material, clean chairs, maybe even fresh coffee...What to look for in the public office area is also: Mat/welcome pad, Picture/plaque of community store, picture of their favorite rebuild/customer, better business organization logo (maybe even Awards/plagues from the city, Chamber of Commerce, SPiN Club/someone quote how great they are), transmission rebuild Chamber of Commerce logo, some kind of poster that advertises the product they use (meaning that they do enough business to have the sales representative who transmits the product in question visit that particular store, can also make money from the above mentioned stores in the generated sales ).There should be some basic information about their store near the help desk, and some kind of description of the guarantee they provide (as they offer huge guarantees compared to other leading stores in the area.
Also, they are proud of the warranty service), there is also a manager who focuses on the fact that you have just entered the office area of the store.This is the full quality of a professional store.Some are very minute points...But there is a reason behind each point.These details may mean the difference between lazy managers, lazy workers, shops that don't care about customers, organizations with very low operating costs, "brands"The new shop "spanking" doesn't even care about their business.
I can explain every one.
..I may have a chance or a chance before the article ends.Not sure...But you can ask me these questions in the comments section...You want to know more.Anyway, these are the things you should look for based on the comparison between "ratty" run shop and reputable shop.
..Although some of my points are just common sense.If you go to a "run down" shop...Expect this quality in their work.Look forward to it in their attitude.Their attitude will tell you the quality of their work.Their professional spirit will tell you a lot about what they think of themselves.
How are they satisfied when you walk into the door...Tell you a lot about the owner.The owner of the store is the key to the whole operation.When your daughter's car needs help, who do you want to come back and see as it starts to have transmission problems somewhere on the line?You want to tell you about nieghbor next door, when can they not park their car in the driveway?When you have a warranty issue, who do you want to talk?Think about it in advance!Here is a very real tip from a person who is engaged in business activities and he talked about the points I mentioned above: there is no good mechanic/transmission manufacturer/R & R/Swing Man/part Runner/or store manager (transmission store terms are as described below) I would like to slide along the floor, finally, commit suicide on an extended piece of metal on the ground.
And, no shop owner would want his staff to look like they 'd jump off the train with a wrench to work for him.There are standards in the industry...Even if they are not mandatory.You can still notice that this is an integral part of a good store!The master is a man who dares to stand behind the people's work.Proud enough for what he/she has done to repair a very complex machine and proud enough for his company, he is willing to spend a few more dollars to make himself look sharper, looks professional, stands out from the crowd, or meets the "visible" standard of a good operating store.
There is a reason for everything the owner does...From the moment you enter the parking lot, you should be able to notice it.This is the kind of person he works.The business he is looking.And the quality of his project.You see.I said the transmission service is high-Fierce competitionsales driven?Let me tell you now.
..Before you fix it.
Because like I said beforeYou may not have considered much before you need to rebuild.Now it's happening to you...You just want to solve a big problem.Make it a good solution to a big problem.These ingredients are an important part of the store of your choice.Don't use any of the special things I mentioned as your final judgment to leave the store as soon as you rollIn the parking lot.
You are there now, hear them finish, and then make a judgment after being told.Please also note: a local stand-alone store will not have the kind of funding that the franchise offers for premium flooring, outdoor views and espresso automatic coffee machines...This may be a good thing.Maybe the independent store just wants to work hard and impress you with the work they do.
..Leave the mess to the big franchise.
Big franchise and they will put all these decorations back into your final bill.Oh...Did I mention the big ad cost?Someone has to pay for TV commercials or full page ads in the newspaper.Independents don't usually have that budget, but they don't have that overhead either.
reflect it!In one way or anotherWe all get what we give!The value of the work done: what should be considered in terms of price?We want one thing when any repairs are made: BottomLine.I can't give you this!Too many variables...for one thing.There can't even be a store that can use an average number to help ease the average price of your concerns.Why?Look at the road outside...How many different vehicles do you see within a block!Do you think the design of all these vehicles is exactly the same?.
.They have the same problem when they go to the store?However, I can help you with the details of what you are paying.I can say that there are actually hundreds of separate parts inside your transmission.Each clutch, clutch piece, seal, and even check the ball.
..Make up a huge project.
Let it work precisely.
..It's a beautiful thing.
Whenever your seat or something under the hood works perfectly, you get very used to it (Front-The wheel drive is installed under the hood with the engine) and transfers you to the road.Let's talk about the value of what we do.So...Like every introductory course...You must start with basic knowledge.Because I work in a store...I would highly-Emphasize that most people just don't know what constitutes transmission, and all the work involved.This will be an important part of learning the basics.
That's what I'm trying to get through-on to you.In turn, you will have more appreciation for the content that is completely rebuilt.You can then make an informed choice...ahead of time...When dealing with problematic transmissionLet's say that you know or predict that there is a problem in your transmission.
Now is the time to consider whether to rebuild a particular transmission in the vehicle.Cutting corners or not cutting cornersFind a cheap job that can solve the problem or solve the problem.As part of your education..I think it would be better to explain what to look for in the rebuild shop.
Unless, you have another strategy to rebuild the transmission.I would suggest a good and reliable transport store as a solution, as well as a way to identify it.I just did it on it (Hub author smiles here!) Now, let's take a look at more information about the reconstruction transfer.
..shall we?Or at least let's take a look at it from an informed customer perspective.Specifically, how do I determine if I get a fair price?Here are some quick notes to think about...1.There's a big fault with your car.It can't be fixed overnight to a large extent.
There is still a lot to be done to produce a fully repaired transmission.Point: No car for a few days.2.Not just any mechanic can rebuild the transmission.Transmission is a completely different creature from the engine.
..Tranny shared most of the same skills needed to rebuild the differences and 4WD transfer cases.Like any other profession.Did the butcher come out from behind the counter to pack you groceries?No, there's one person on every mission.Builders like butchers are very-Skilled, and-to-Update the date of the world in your specific transfer.
He rebuilt, especially as his main job.
He may know how to pull the transmission out of the car better than the best car (most likely from the store to pull out/install the transmission to start working ).Establish transmission.This is enough to guarantee a dedicated position.In fact...The required expertise requires a strict commitment to building a transmission at a time.
Nothing less!There are many builders in the large stores.The smaller independents have one!Don't knock that.That builder is the backbone of that business.
Like a skilled surgeon, perform surgery on an important organ.The builder can build the transport...Trust Me.Transmission from people who don't know what they're doing doesn't work.3.Whether your successful plan to deal with transmission issues a long time ago is not working on modern transmission.
If so, it's because you have the luck of a gambler.To elaborate...Transmission has developed several times since a few days long ago.They often evolved from different series of the same model several times in a decade.
In other words, it is not the same transmission as you think...Under the floor of the old truck.I can't tell you how many people used to drive to our store and they were shocked because the transmission didn't stop slipping because it changed the transmission fluid.Ok...I also fixed mercury 82 in this way...Back to the day.I get it !But...That was the day.The situation is very different now.4.Due to the skills involved, the number of parts involved, the accuracy required to complete the work correctly, and the technical knowledge/technical updates involved.
You must pay for the job as much as the task at hand.Unless you have a family member in the transmission reconstruction industry who owes you money and a very big favor...Should not be cheap!Let me explain that, starting with the most basic facts, you need to get a tranny back in the work order: the price to get the job done well.
..The basic reconstruction kit, the reconstructed torgue converter, any "hard parts" (hereinafter referred to as "hard parts") are automatically included ").) Need to be replaced, cost of parts arriving at the store, labor force to complete the shipping in a few hours and accurately reassemble it completely together, and then reinstall it accurately, add 14 quarts of transmission fluid and road testing.This is the essential element of minimum reconstruction.
What does that mean from the store's point of view: someone pulls tranny and installs it, someone cleans it, someone evaluates all the conditions for all the parts, someone rebuilds it with a high quality replacement part, and it was updated (mainly most of the valve body was updated...A very complicated part), someone re-When installing it, there was a promise that it would work properly in the vehicle, that the road would test it and, if needed, make the necessary adjustments (by someone who knows if it works properly ), then guarantee it for a minimum of 30 days (most states have this license) any great warranty they subscribe.(The average warranty on our store a few years ago was 2 years or 24,000 miles), and then the owner of the store shared with his manager the percentage of profit from rebuilding the transmission, help to cover all workers, utilities, repairs, miscellaneous expenses.
Shop fees, towels, paper mats, carpet defacing agents, etc.Do you know where I'm going with this?A reasonable fee is required to complete the work within a minimum.The fact is: the reconstruction of the transmission requires a lot of work and behind-the-scenes staff.
Maybe, you don't want to consider all the factors included in the price.Maybe, you just want to fix the transmission cheap and get the car on the road?I can see that the most important thing for you is to solve the current problem in the fastest and cheapest way.Now, based on some of the above things, which corner are you willing to cut in order to get the result you want?If you are thinking of continuing your life with that particular car and it is running again through a fully rebuilt transmission, then start the work at a good store that supports their warranty.
..It feels good to make wise choices.
If you are not willing to do it at the price given to you by a good store...You're also going to cut corners...i.E go with a ridiculous shopThe price of the ball, or replace your damaged transmission with an old unit, then, expect the result of several corners being cut!Again...Remember the old saying: "You got what you paid!5.
Be careful "low"Ball \ "price: HHHmmm.
..How can I tell you a way to understand that your company or individual will be used during this periodWhat is the stressful event trying to get your vehicle to work again?Low by statement: "Careful"ball\" price."It will be the best way I know how to do this.If you are a saavy person...I don't have to tell you that the guy with four cars on the road is permanently stuck on the sidewalk in the parking lot and offers to fix your transfer at a very low price.
..is a bad thing.
When he doesn't even know what the problem is, how does he give you a price over the phone?What words did he use when he gave you this price?Did he say "should", equivalent to reconstruction...Did he leave any back doors in the statement?Did he leave room for the price increase...What he said...Because if he could just leave that door openMaybe he might even say directly that the price might go up.
(So when he says "low-The ball can go up.
..Now, the final price he will eventually give you is probably the highest...HHHHmmm?) Think about it in advance.Honest shops will tell you that they don't know what's wrong with your car until they see it...Never know what's wrong with your transfer until they turn it on!Did you take pictures?If I give you a "low-Working in this nature in modern cars is ridiculously low.
I don't know how.
..There is a \ "shortCut \ "to get the final result compared to quality reconstruction.(Thus, a term appears on many stores that compete on the same transmission to give a reasonable price...can be \"Short-Cutters\"...Just like they cut corners to get the job done!The term is mentioned below.
) You may be the best shopper.
..But your skills have to change for the job.The key here is to compare "apples and apples, oranges and oranges "...The quality of the store matches the quality of the store.
Let the quality store decide the results of your vehicle...That's what I have to say!Why am I just saying: you don't want to pull your car out of a good store that can do the job well...Go to a cheap shop and just want to do a cheap job and send you on the way.
It happens.
..I have seen it.
Moreover, many customers should come to us first...Or let's do the work...Do it well...the first time!Let buyers be careful!You are welcome to receive this education from the other side of the service desk.(Sorry...This is a long question.Well, I will be included in this lesson...All the transmission terms I can remember.
Like any profession.
..It has its own terminology to describe what is happening.First Off...Just like FYI: The moment your car enters the parking lot...It is referenced by its transmission name.
So, if you go to the store one day to check the progress, you will hear them shouting A4LD, 4L60E, or AX4LN.They may be talking about your particular vehicle and you will never know.Or maybe you will have a great manager like me.
..Who informed you of the model of Trans?What problems do you have, what problems are it prone to, and of course, what updates are we doing and suggest to help correct this."Tranny": seems to be the type of "hot stick" magazine for the favorite word.\"Trans.\ ": You don't want to say long versions every time for obvious reasons.
\ "R & R Man \": this is removal and re-install guy.Get this guy a Coke.He put his hands in your car.He gracefully removed your transmission (on the front wheel drive vehicle )...This is a big task...There is no four wheel drive either) and then the "button" starts.
\"Button-it-Up \ ": refersInstallation of transmission.Everything from the CV axle to the frame piece has to be removed to get to the transmission (these are the basics ).R & R Man is the best friend of your private car.
..Put every little thing back in place.
..Just like before the transfer was removed."Shake people": an old term.But...You should still hear it in a big store that has been around for a while.It refers to an R & R person (and maybe even an apprentice builder) who can build ol school tranny, such as 80150 trucks), 350 (70 GM trucks), perhaps the favorite means of transportation for everyone.
From front wheel drive: AXOD (Ford Taurus in the early 90 s ).A lot of natural and excellent R & D personnel will become a swing...Just because they have been around for so long and have been collecting it for years.
Butcher: well.
..I just mentioned the best candidate for R & R...Let me mention the worst.It's possible to mention the term "urine-"Some people in this industry.Big deal!There should be no butchers in this industry.
..The bottom line.
As the name implies, "Butcher ".
..When you put it back in place, "Butcher" the person you transferred.Either they force tranny back to where it was and don't know what they were doing and finally get a bunch of extra parts or it's overScrew things up."Butcher" do not cut it in any shop...The reason is obvious.A \"Yo-Yo \ ": repeated access from the same transmission.
Never Desired!\"C.
B \ ": the same thing.
..Enter Production Committee only as C.
\"Come back\".
Like everything in life.
.Some vehicles require more special care than others...Most of the time, this can be a series of other problems that lead to transmission first.If the vehicle does not drive when it comes in.
..The transmission center solved the problem they were assigned to: transmission.Now, it's time to evaluate the underlying causes of the trans.There are enough problems to stop working or intermittent problems may occur again.
In most cases, this problem can be traced back from the electronic solenoid.There are many other things that will happen: there may be a problem with your car computer and it is known that the brakes will stick to it, which will wear the transmission.Hurry down and your car may overheat during a hot commute.
..You don't even notice the meter (or there may be intermittent problems with the temperature meter ).There are many other reasons.I know I have seen various combination issues related to the transmission issue.Don't blame the transmission store.If you really want to start blaming someone: first blame the person who put the electronic solenoid under the hood.
..A series of new problems have been added.
..I'm not kidding!There are many solenoid that can control the shift and other functions of the transmission from the vehicle's computer.In addition, the switches that control the engine, emissions, ignition switches, and if your vehicle's gas cap (on some manufacturing) can even operate isn' t guarantee tight.In Any case...Both you and the store will fix this because you went to a good store in the first place.
Right?One who will support their work, comply with their warranty terms and help you in the process of driving the vehicle correctly."Delivery": vehicles ready to be returned to the owner after thorough road-tested.\"Cut-Out \ ": the transmission unit taken Out of the garbage truck.
A store that can afford a lot of inventory will have a lot of inventory.The hard parts are all pulled out and mic \ d (measurement) is performed according to the specifications ).External transfer cases are also part of the inventory.
..Or can be scrapped recycling.
(Although, there are so many changes today in case models, where they are made, etc.This makes it difficult to match transmission cases.There are very few cases where the entire transmission needs to be replaced.
But the heat and abuse can break or distort the case.It is not indestructible.Many people choose to use a "cut"out\"...Or use units as the answer to their reconstruction question.That's great...if you ask me...You just bought parts for someone (and/or questions?) And must start with any history that the unit has.
Good Luck.
..If you go that way.
.You must be a gambler.
Most transfer stores are rebuilding transfers because they know what they are doing!They do not engage in gambling with used transmission equipment.But I'm sure you can pay them to install it professionally.In this way, at least the equipment used can be installed correctly.
And then after that.
..Dealing with the problem of moving forward will be your headache.Hell, a really good store would appreciate the opportunity to help you and show their abilities...During your projectThat way...When the old transfer needs to be rebuilt, you will know who will bring it back!\"Flat-Rate\": UUGHH.
..A word related to the scum of the industry.A \"Flat-The rate of fixed transmission is ridiculous.Anyone who tells you how much your particular transmission will cost without checking "hard parts" is "flat"Rater\".
They don't know how many "hard parts" might be destroyed inside ".So when it becomes time to fix the transmision...A variety of things can happen: they may have to give you a new price to pay for the extra "hard parts" that need to be replaced ".
They may just install "soft parts" with the overhaul kit and want the best results.The new seals and clutch are a good start to help restore all transmissions to specifications, except for the worst "blast" transmission...but your trans.Still need every part of it...Check and revert to the specification to be reliable again.
If a "hard part" goes out while you're driving...Because there is no replacement...Because the store you visited gave you a "flat price" price, technically only one overhaul kit was installed.Guess what else needs to be rebuilt...only better...In the near future?Also, \"Flat-It is well known that Raters \ "is used with Varsol gun (Varsol solvent for heavy-duty-Work cleaning for complex parts ).
..Paint it outside.
..Transmission not pulled!Oh yeah.
..That's an apartment-Rater\"!The only thing you might get out of it is a 30 day warranty on your transfer (-IS...Even if you don't know better ).But look at how they run the business...I don't think it would be very helpful to have a 30 day warranty on your transmission.Can you see the importance of knowing as much as possible about the professional spirit of each store you use?Fortunately, in the age of media 20/20Type in the news broadcast.
..any \"Flat-The scorers will soon find themselves at the news scene.But...Who said they were so smart?..It may happen to consider such a thing in advance...There's their story on the news.Let buyers be careful!And...Do your transfer business with a store you can trust!"Explosion": a transmission whose "hard parts" inside have been taken apart.
\ "Burnt \": the clutch is blown up, or the transmission is overheating for one reason or another.(Reminder: your engine is vulnerable to the same huge amount of heat...So is your transmission!).\"Short-Cutters \ ": stores that cut corners when rebuilding to keep the transmission low.
This is for sure.
..If you get a quote from a store.
..Then another shop joined the hunt.
Oh, yes, I'm sorry.
..But when you try to put the two stores against each other..Maybe you lost!If a store is honest...They know that if they don't look at the transmission, they can't get it at the same price as another store.Again, one of the reasons to handle the store well!If your store is trying to shop with you at ridiculous prices.
Study it, protest, negotiate and hand over your right to complain to the owner...A good shop to goto-Check with you on price...They will be able to verify the price of the work that needs to be performed.
..I will care that this thing will cost you one arm and one leg.A bad shop can not care...Otherwise it will not stand the scrutiny.Not a good store??Shudder: uneven vibrations that can occur during intermission.This is a sign...There's a big one...There's a problem with your torque converterStall speed: front in every factorySet gear speed for each torque converter.
This is when the torque converter starts at the set speed of the motor.One of the many tasks of the torque converter.Fluid change: when I was the transmission manager a few years ago, the interval between fluid changes was 25,000 miles.
It was suggested to keep everything up and keep the transmission in peak operation.After traveling for 100,000 miles, it is better to be more careful about fluid changes.The main reason is that detergent is contained in the transmission liquid.
When you combine it with the pressure that transmits the fluid to run inside the unit, you may end up releasing the particles of something --somewhere-If it is not captured first by the transmission filter, it is now possible to pass through the valve body.Things to consider.This is a good balance, though.With each rotation of the pump within the transmission and use throughout the unit, measure the proper viscosity of the transmission.As the age grows and uses, the liquid begins to decrease.
"Blow seal": this may occur at the front or rear seal of the transmission.Both are very common leak points.If metal debris floats in the transmission (this could be a "tell-Story \ "signs of a bigger problem inside the transmission), then the metal can slide at the seal, breaking the seal, causing bad leakage.In addition, as part of the wear, the SEALs go bad, and the front and rear seals are usually ground to outdoor elements day after day.
The front pump part of the transmission is located just behind the front seal, so if the front seal is blown, the front pump may also be in a bad condition.Sorry to inform you, but if this happens, then the least thing you need to do to fix the leak is to replace the front seal, rebuild the front pump, and replace the torque converter, to ensure good sealing on the front seal.A comfortable device installed around the torque converter hub.
But, please remember what I said about the metal shards, which could be a "tell-tale\" sign.You may want to check the entire transmission to prevent another return leak that is very likely.(One thing to think about: The quickest way to blow up some of the clutch and "hard parts" inside is to run the span.
with out fluid!) In fact, a good store will not tell you if there is metal debris inside the transmission, just replace the front seal and/or rebuild the front pump and you can spend a long time.Because, they know that this is not the final solution to the problem.If you are a gambler, you may find someone to play a new seal separately.
..No rest fixes I mentioned.
But anyone who would do such a simple job would be crazy to guarantee the job...You will be crazy to expect it to continue.It's better to have a trailer phone number at hand and pray that when the transfer is over (from other issues behind the initial leak) it won't happen late at night.
The reason for the rupture of the front seal is the manufacturer defect of the pump, metal fragments (as described) and heat.The heat transfer fluid has to go somewhere and the front seal is one of the big indicators of your transmission getting hotter than it is.This can be a very common problem in the area (like Texas) where people are parked on the baking cement highway for a long time, there is no circulation under the vehicle and the air conditioning is also running, and/or the motor is already hot.
(Your Tranny ass just hit the motor.
..if it gets hot.
..Guess what?.
.So, does it!) Some vehicle models are prone to this, although I will not mention them (from models that often have this problem )...I want to thank them for all the business they created...Back to the day.A good way to solve this problem is after-sales market transfer cooler, which can be cooled with a larger capacity than the inventory cooler.
..Or normal flow through the radiator.
(If the radiator gets hot.
..Guess what happens with the transmission fluid through the radiator?The rear seal of the transmission is a much easier and affordable fix.It can also say "tell-Story \ "a sign of what happened in transmission.However, if you have a rear wheel drive vehicle with a long mileage, you need to replace the seals at the rear to solve the problempointed-On the slope.
..Or if you ever hadJoint go bad.
These two things may cause the rear seal to be faster than you expected on tranny.This also applies to the shaft seal on the front wheel drive with a problem with the CV shaft.Replace these shaft seals to avoid additional labor costs, trailer costs, or later reconstruction costs.
There's a good chance that somewhere in this line, trans.After replacing the bad CV axis, the fluid may begin to leak.For gosh sakes...Please check the transshipment.Every time you leak from the seal, ask for the pot.
(A good store does this automatically, though.Late: This happens when the shift takes a little longer to come to the shift.Then it becomes more difficult when it does so.
This may come from a large number of sources, but the most common one is the bad solenoid, the bad transformer.Or the lower front end Frame installation, can also accumulate sludge in the valve body.The accumulation of sludge will come from excessive clutch material and/or metal scraps on internal metal components (\ "hard-Worn parts in Trans \".
If there are too many sundries entering the valve body (the filter is not captured), various problems will arise.One of the real problems it causes is the "delayed hit" of the stick valve ".Slide: even novices with transmission problems can find this in trouble shooting.
Tranny will not enter the next gear.
Or spend a lot of time doing it.
The feeling under the floor or under the hood (front wheel drive) is the feeling of "slipping.The main reason for this problem: clutch wear."Bench work": when people who have been working on cars and trucks want to finish the transmission work.
..they \"pull-It itself.
They installed it themselves.
The transmission is sent directly to the builder's bench for inspection.They won't get a full warranty until they bring the transmission back to the storeinstalling it.In this way, the transmission shop can do a thorough inspection to make sure they put everything back in place correctly.
It's not as easy as it sounds.
There are a lot of things to keep track of during the installation process, even on older vehicles, which are easily accessible to Cross stations below.Drop the pan: every honest shop should check the drive pan for free.Some front wheel drives don't have a pan to approach, but there were only a few models a few years ago and few.
There may be more vehicles being made today that can't see the pot!I will believe it...No problem.If you see a very large thick metal piled up on the magnet to the pan, if it's trans-magnetic.The liquid is dark, dark brown (if it is burnt black inside), silver (aluminum) if you see glitter bronze (torque converter for copper)Many of the planetary gear shells around the key shaft are aluminumOther parts are also made of aluminum.
) Suspended in tranny fluid, the sludge blocks move together like underwater sand (excess clutch material), or you only see flat-Take out some pieces of metal and small pieces of metal at the bottom of the pan...You have a transmission problem.These are signs of big problems.If your transmission has a high mileage and has accumulated a small amount of metal on the internal magnet in the pan...This is to be expected.Something with metal inside shows signs of normal wear and tear.
Start preparing for future transmission reconstruction.This is largely normal, so don't feel like you have to sell the car right away.The car and transmission may have 100 to 200,000 miles left.
..Your next car.
..may not!Just monitor the number of metal buildingsCheck regularly at that transfer store.I believe an honest store will want to work with and build relationships with potential future customers.In particular, someone who will come back to see them will talk about how honest the store is and have not yet tried to tell them that they need to rebuild the transfer.
..Take a serious look at the pot!Isn't the honest shop great?Scan code: Very important in each evaluation of trans.The condition is an electronic device that involves how the engine works...Depending on how the transfer runs.In addition to telling you that your vehicle has electronic sensors and solenoid, I can't explain all the complex electronic sensors and solenoid in your vehicle.
Unless it's an American car in its early 90 s, before that...it has them.They are also in transmission.Another Hub article is needed to explain them and their different features...This is not a forum to educate you about what happens to everyone.
I'm not an expert either, but I do get very familiar with every thing that is important to the normal operation of the motor and the transmission.The rest is determined by the process of automatically diagnosing experts and scanning each vehicle.Transmission manufacturers are very good at installing important sensors and solenoid on the lines that affect transmission operation.
It has rich experience.
One of the benefits of scanning the vehicle to get the code is that you can immediately find that there is a bad solenoid inside the transmission.If it issues a code.Most transmission centers will provide you with free service.They do this because it's a fairly quick way to understand the actual problem with your vehicle.
Probably not trans.
The problem is that even if the customer is like this for you.Scanning helps get the store to scroll and see what's next.\"R.D.I.\ ": \" Remove, disassemble and insert \ ": This term is available in every store.
This was ours.
It refers to the internal check of the transmission you have a problem.The store will pull your transmission and use it to find out which parts are saleable and which are unsaleable.I don't know how much it will cost to fix your transmission accurately before this step happens.
This is a common situation because you have to pay some money to complete this step.This is a big job.The transmission manufacturer will check each part, measure all tolerances, check all parts according to his knowledge and experience, evaluate the gear and bearing condition inside the planetary gear, check the wear condition of the drum and flower keyway, and the reliability of the future.You got the picture.Once both of you agree on the work and price that needs to be done, the RDI fee will be waived.
Therefore, Catch 22.
..You have placed a dismounted transmission on their work table.You are at an extreme disadvantage.Oh, but wait...You studied this company, got reliable references from people you trust and checked with better bureau of commerce, you are satisfied with the warranty they offer, and the way they deal with customers...Correct?So go there and fix it...Even if it's a little more than you think.
This is a company with a good track record, right?You got what you paid for, right?You want a good and reliable reconstruction transfer, right?I know you 'd rather pay this to fix tranny...Then go down this road and get screwed...Right?Are you not happy that you spent all your time in front of your transmission store?..Before you get them to work?Here's an extra tip to make you feel a little better about the entire transmission repair process, R.
\ ", What you are going through: a good and honest store will take the time to show you every problem, bad part, and need to make the necessary improvements to your precision transmission.And your Trans.Will be lined up on the workbench in an organized way to show all the work needed and the parts that need to be replaced.They will explain what it takes to rebuild the transfer in order for you to have a fully updated transfer and back it up to the spec.
They should be able to educate on many of your problems with reconstruction and give you all the benefits of rebuilding that particular unit with them.A\"not-so-Honest \ "the store may give up this step of sales in order to rebuild...And transfer to less customers involved.\ "Lead \": whether you know it or not...Or choose to know nothing about it.Your transmission is a big deal for the store.
From the moment you make your first call, they will see it as a sale.They do business.You become a "leader ".What Y \ 'all does from now on depends entirely on how good their business is...How much you can rely on them.If they are at all times...They then did not continue to do business because they did not take care of their customers.
Just know your bottom line.
..Let you enter the front door no matter what you say...You have a reconstructed transmission that is reliable again and can rely on...And the price is reasonable.This is where you need to focus when talking to a store that is worth your business!Well Class.
..I hope you enjoy getting some insider news...In this process: the transmission is reconstructed by 101.I know I'm really happy to be sitting behind the desk again.
..If only a short time.
I hope everything I entrust you to help you become a better, more educated consumer (only a good store can stand the test )...See how this works!?Hub author smiles...) View this hub...From the point of view of the former Transport store manager, it seems that I can give you a lot of "meat and potatoes ".Thank you for reading this full Hub article.
..thus far.
I hope my Texas conversational writing style will help make this article a pleasant one.Thank you for reading this center.This is 101 transmission reconstruction...201 is an advanced course and 301 or more should be completed by R & R personnel, swing personnel and actual builders.I can only tell you something basic because I am a manager.
..Never have these people.
And I won't tell you any business secrets...Because that's not right.But I have a heart...This was left by my transfer store manager day...is good old-In the community, old-fashioned, hard-working, reliable shops are honest, well done, and support their business.
I want to tell other people about stores like this...I want them to tell me about such a store.In transmission reconstruction 201, I will continue to educate and point out what transmission is basically-up of.
This will be a simple component.
..From the store's point of view, there is less research in the transmission and reconstruction industry.If I'm going to tell you what to look for in the store...Then I need to tell you what to look for with reference to the transmission parts.
I will keep it simple.
..From the perspective of the transport manager.I don't want too much detail...As I did from my personal experience...Not from the study of this topic.It's been more than a few years...Because I turned on the light and opened the high garage door in our store Bay.I will try to get the transmission to rebuild 201 basic parts: basic parts, important parts and really important parts.
I (But.
..I am fascinated by my writing.
..Apologize in advance!) I will work in this center in the future.Hope you like to see the transfer rebuild 101 from a store perspective.I hope it gives you a good education to let you know what will happen in the future when you bring your car into the transmission store.
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