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Old 02-28-2019, 03:17 AM   #1
 
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Default Mopar 62TE trans rebuild

So my wifeís van lost reverse a few weeks back. Good timing our tax return was coming and thereís an extra paycheck next month. Getting a rebuilt trans runs $3-4K (labor not included) High mileage used is $900 to 1k.

I got the hard parts and sensors for about $350ish. With fluids , tools, and extras should come in a little under $600. No way is this van worth enough to buy a rebuilt, so itís going to suck...but I donít want to buy another van.

Some pics so far, will get some pics of the case opened up tomorrow. Has to be done by Friday
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Old 02-28-2019, 03:19 AM   #2
 
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Old 02-28-2019, 05:12 AM   #3
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Never done a front wheeler but done a few 700R4s. Keep everything super clean and there's a decent chance that you'll do all right. Then again the autos are why I'd never own a Chrysler either. A lot of people are intimidated by doing a trans that would have no issue doing an engine. They're not bad IME take your time.
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I’ve done plenty of TH350’s...this doesn’t look too bad. The fluid was not burned, but lots of metal in it. Won’t know for sure until I crack it open, but pretty sure the low/reverse drum popped a seal.
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Pulled the piston out of the low clutch drum..and Iím done for a few days. This I donít have
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how long were you sitting there that you went through half a pack....
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