Certified technician transmission
Service & Repair
A rebuilt transmission is one where the transmission is disassembled and inspected. Worn or damaged parts are replaced (generally referred to as “hard parts”) and then reassembled to factory specifications, along with new gaskets, seals, clutches, and bands. These are commonly referred to as “soft parts”. The term “rebuilt” is generally used in a shop setting where the customer’s transmission is removed from the car, rebuilt and then reinstalled. It is a custom process performed by a specialist. Other terms you may hear that have the same meaning are “refurbished, reconditioned, or overhauled.”
After being reassembled to factory specifications at a minimum – including aftermarket fixes for hereditary problems, the unit comes with installation reprogramming kits for particular valvetrains to address hydraulic function.