Question - How much is a transmission hose?

Answered by: Ronald Robinson  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 07-09-2021  |  Views: 1245  |  Total Questions: 13

You will pay somewhere between $100 and $450 for a transmission cooler line replacement. The labor should be between $60 and $300, while parts can cost you anywhere from $40-$160. Typical costs: A rebuilt or remanufactured transmission can cost $1, 000-$6, 000 or more depending on location; the age, make and model of vehicle; whether the transmission is manual (less expensive) or automatic; and the warranty provided. You can use rubber hose, but make sure it's transmission cooler line rated. The pressure is quite low (12-15 psi). Double clamp it or use FI type clamps instead of the worm-drive style. Average Cost and Factors The typical price range for a transmission flush is $125 to $250 – approximately twice as much as a fluid change due to the additional fluid required (12-22 quarts instead of 5-7 quarts) to completely replace the old fluid. The average you can expect to pay is $150 for the full service. While it may not be especially dangerous to drive a vehicle that is leaking transmission fluid, it is not a good idea because the vehicle may not run properly. A car leaking transmission fluid can be caused by a leak in the pan. This can happen through wear and tear over time.

https://www.transmissionrepaircostguide.com/transmission-has-failed/

If your vehicle is 20+ years old and has over 275k miles on it, then the cost of repair or replacement is most likely higher than the value of the vehicle. In this case, it's typically not worth getting the car fixed unless it holds significant sentimental value.

https://twincharlotte.com/how-long-can-i-drive-on-a-damaged-transmission/

Driving on a bad transmission is never a good idea and you should not do it. Technically the vehicle can still be driven, but every time you do drive it you are risking your chances. If metal shavings begin to chip off and get into your coolant, you will have a much larger repair on your hands.

https://www.transmissionrepaircostguide.com/

A used/salvage transmission ranges from $800 to $1500, a rebuilt transmission from $1100 to $2800 and a remanufactured from $1300 to $3400. The labor to remove and replace a transmission ranges from $500 to $1200 for 4 to 10 hours of billed time.

https://carfromjapan.com/article/car-maintenance/how-long-does-it-take-to-replace-a-transmission-tru

It can take a bit longer depending on the level of damage. Some professional technicians complete the entire replacement task in two or three hours.

https://www.aamcocolorado.com/signs-of-a-blown-transmission-and-what-you-need-to-do/

If your car suddenly starts giving off vibrations and strange noises like grinding or whining, the transmission is saying, “Drive me to a mechanic. ” You'll also experience gears slipping – when the engine speeds up or revs, but your car doesn't accelerate very quickly, or move at all (that's a really bad sign).

https://www.aamcocolorado.com/transmission-rebuild-vs-replace/

A transmission replace is the most expensive option when fixing your transmission. This is an option if the transmission is too damaged to even consider a rebuild. One thing to keep in mind with a replace is the transmission is redone in a factory setting.

http://transmissionrepairguy.com/transmission-flush-vs-fluid-change/

As you can tell by their names, a transmission flush and a fluid change are two completely different services. While a transmission fluid change focuses on draining the dirty fluid from the pan, a transmission flush gets rids of all the fluid in the pan, the cooler lines, as well as the torque converter.

https://m.carsdirect.com/car-repair/how-does-the-jiffy-lube-transmission-flush-cost-compare-to-other

Jiffy Lube's $100 automatic transmission flush, done by entry-level people, is incomplete. They will not change the automatic transmission filter, a key part of the flush, but which also violates the corporate 15-minute service rule.

https://www.autobytel.com/car-ownership/maintenance-repair/how-to-flush-an-automatic-transmission-12

Disconnect the hose that returns the transmission fluid from the cooler and place the end into a bucket full of fresh transmission fluid. Start the car and run the transmission back and forth through the gears a few times until the fluid coming out of the transmission looks clean or you are nearly out of fresh fluid.

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Manual: Most manufacturers recommend that manual transmission fluid be changed every 30, 000 to 60, 000 miles. Under heavy-duty use, some manufacturers suggest changing transmission fluid every 15, 000 miles. Automatic: Service intervals for an automatic transmission vary from every 30, 000 miles to never.

https://www.familyhandyman.com/automotive/car-maintenance/change-your-cars-transmission-fluid/

Transmission fluid pump Read on to learn how to change transmission fluid. A transmission flush-and-fill from a shop will cost you $149 to $199. But you can do it yourself and save about $100. Draining the old fluid has always been a messy, ugly job.

https://streetsmarttransmission.com/diy-transmission-flush/

» A transmission flush can be performed (DIY) using the transmission's pump without a flush machine. A transmission flush is a process in which the fluid in an automatic transmission is flushed out of the transmission and replaced with new ATF.