Transmission Repair Problems Now Solved With New Inventory of Automatic Transmissions at

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Transmission repair problems are now solved with help by the company online. A new inventory of automatic units are now available for purchase to assist with replacement options for car owners.

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The complex nature of transmission work typically eliminates the DIY factor for vehicle owners.

Transmission repair is one expense that is common with a new or preowned vehicle. The wear and tear from engine mileage and oil breakdown can each contribute to the early breakdown of components. The company is now helping to solve transmission repair problems for car owners online with its new inventory available.

The units that are now added are discounted units that are preowned replacements. These quality components provide an immediate price reduction when compared with a new transmission replacement from an automotive dealership.

Every repair shop with trained mechanics attaches a replacement price for all transmission work. New units that can be repaired using available parts could be less expensive than a complete replacement for an older vehicle. The complex nature of transmission work typically eliminates the DIY factor for vehicle owners.

The automatic units that are now for sale online include multiple units to make research simpler. Units from American automakers and imported automakers are now easy to search using the tools provided on the company website. All units now stocked can be reviewed using the online tools available.

"The prices are set to be below regular retail pricing to make replacements more affordable," said a representative of the company. The non-discounted pricing found through some resources could raise the overall replacement price for a car owner with no warranty coverage.

The current minimum prices that are provided for each sale processed is one example of differences that are found inside the new inventory. "Units for Chevy, Ford and Dodge vehicles makeup a large percentage of what we ship nationally," the representative added.

The automatic inventory now supplied to help correct defective gearboxes is in relation to the manual units that were included last month. More inventory levels of manual based units have been included for vehicles currently using these non-torque converter editions. The same price structures announced for automatic editions now apply to the manual units for sale.

Because most units are now purchased for immediate replacements in vehicles, a better policy for parts coverage is included for all sales. A two-year level of parts protection is now attached with each sale processed by telephone or using the online tools available. These warranties do not affect the announced sale pricing.


The company launched in 2007 and continues to be one of the leading resources for preowned automotive units sold online. This company owns its own warehouse full of automotive gearboxes that are represented in foreign and domestic builds. Consumers from all parts of North America now rely on this company to supply daily shipments of manual and automatic transmissions. The company frequently publishes helpful content on its website to be used as an additional information source when buyers are researching quality replacement units online.

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