Transmission Rebuild Shop

Automatic Transmission Rebuild and Repair.

Automatic Transmission Rebuild is our speciality. We work on all makes, all models, domestic and import. Call us @ 303-761-3333 if you have any questions we can help with.

Give us a call or email here, we are happy to answer your questions.

My daughter needs hand controls to drive. We had to drive from Denver to Colorado Springs with her car so she could train. One day on the way down the Trans started acting up. I’m good with a wrench but some things just can’t happen in a garage. These Guys SAVED OUR BUTT!!! Did the job in record time and for the best price I could have ever hoped for (there is only pain moneywise in a new transmission)! Don’t screw around just call these guys and get your repair done right!!!

Kevin O'Grady

Great customer service all around thanks for getting me back on the road

Arthur Hitchcock

These guys are honest and knowledgeable. Made sure I completely understood the work before getting started. Finished the work much quicker than expected.

Most reasonable quote I got for a clutch replacement. Also the most thorough estimate.

I also appreciated that they diagnosed a suspension issue while my car was in there.

Rick Manning

“Best transmission shop ever. I have a hard time trusting my vehicles with anybody but they made me feel comfortable and called me every step of the way explaining every detail. His quote was accurate and honest the rebuild was done fast and the van runs like new. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.”

Jonathan Rosseau

These guys are great. This team is top notch and I highly recommend them.
My Dad was a chevy TH-350 transmission mechanic for years and these guys made sure they explained everything to me and I was confident they were doing the job right. Even after the job was done they followed up, corrected a minor issue (no charge) and even took care of an exhaust pipe that was making noise.

Clifford Grimes, Customer Reviews

To rebuild a transmission the following steps should be undertaken:

  • Disassembly: Here the mechanic is required to tear down the transmission completely and remove the soft parts from the transmission. The disassembling process is very delicate and should be carefully done so that only the affected soft parts are discarded otherwise, if poorly done you may end up discarding the hard parts which don’t need to be replaced.
  • Cleaning: This is normally done on the hard parts which may be used in the re-assembly. Thorough cleaning is done on these parts to remove dust, grease and any debris that might have infiltrated into the system.
  • Inspection: After disassembling of transmission and cleaning of the necessary parts the mechanic does an overall check to affirm the re-use of the parts that have not been damaged.
  • Assembly: The transmission is now put back together and any new updates added to modify the transmission. A further step will involve adding any upgrade that was requested by the client.
Transmission Rebuild

The following steps are necessary for an effective transmission rebuild process:

  • Removal: During this juncture the mechanic strives to remove the transmission without causing any collateral damage to other non-transmission parts. He/she pays close attention when removing the transmission because failure to do so can result into a poorly done job.
  • Inspection: Just like in automatic transmission rebuild the technician should inspect every item related to transmission. Such items may or may not include:
  • Transfer Case- Check to determine if the seals or gaskets are damaged.
  • Control cables- Ensure that the throttle pressure is not broken. Also make sure that the shift cables are in the right condition.
  • Main Engine Rear Oil Seal- Confirm its condition to determine whether it is leaking or not. Leaking seals should be changed.
  • CV Axles: Check to determine if the joints are worn out or if the boots are torn. They should be replaced if they are in bad shape.
  • Electrical Transmission System: Corroded and bad connectors causing short circuit should be removed.
  • Drive Shaft: Inspect to ensure that the u-joints are in the correct shape. Also ensure that the yoke is not worn-out.
  • Transmission Mounts: Check to ensure that the mounts are not broken.

Additional steps during the automatic transmission rebuild process:

  • Cleaning of the Transmission Cooler: Before installing the rebuilt transmission, the technician should clean the automatic transmission cooler. This ensures that the debris that may be present is removed to avoid any harm of the newly rebuilt transmission.
  • Reinstallation of the transmission: This step will include adding specific fluid to the transmission. The fixed automatic transmission rebuild parts are put together and then a thorough inspection is done to ensure that they are properly fixed. A final quick test drive is performed and any further adjustments are done at this point.
  • Quality Assurance Check: This is the final step which involves checking for missing or loose bolts, correct fluid level, fluid leaks, and making sure that electrical harnesses are properly fastened. A final check is performed on the vehicles computer to ensure that there is proper co-ordination.
Automatic Transmission Rebuild Shop Denver CO
Transmission Rebuild

We Proudly Serve the Denver Metro Area

Why Transmission Rebuild is the best option

A automatic transmission rebuild vs transmission replacement is normally the most preferred option in most circumstances. It involves replacing parts that have failed and reusing the parts that have not failed. You will need to pick the best transmission rebuild shop to have this done rightfully. The automatic transmission rebuilding process doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to get brand new parts from the original manufacturer. In any case, only new cars have brand new transmissions installed in them when they are being produced by the manufacturer.

Expert replacement, repair and installation services on all makes and models.

South Denver Metro Pro Since 1979. We proudly serve South Denver and these South Suburbs…