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My honda odyssey transmission went out and i am having it rebuil by a local tran shop and the initial quote was $3600 to replace the fluid pump, some gears that were bad and the seal kit with the clutches due to overheatin because there was no fluid flow. I personaly saw the bad gears and the burned out clutches. when i refuse to do it the manager told me que will re-check the quote then he come down to $2500 using some rebuilt parts and not newones. but he still including the $400 turbine which is outside the trani, i am wondering why is the turbine went bad is it possible? I am trying to pay $2000 for the whole thing. please let me know any sugestions thanks Sergio

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Call around or go to the Web and look up LKQ location in St. Augustine FL. If they do not have a transmission, they list all location where one can be found. Odyssey has a decent performance record with transmissions, so you can get a good one with good miles under what you want to pay.
Installing a trans should cost no more than $400. LKQ also offers a warranty with their trans.
Also, call Honda. Often you can buy a new trans for less than a rebuilt cost. If the shop gave you a quote and came off over $1000, question the shops honesty in everything else they say. Do not use used parts in a trans. Parts wear differently and tolerances are very low. Good luck.

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These transmissions were problematic and certainly believe the shop and would absolutely replace the "torque converter" without question.

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