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Transmission repair what would you say is the average cost to rebuild a 2000 tundras transmission??

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You are dealing with a very difficult repair job.

Figure about 28 hours labor, at your area's going labor rate, and a real Pro that is capable of rebuilding it...
This is not a job for a guy who is not trained on this..
Industry standard labor alone will run you about $2,500.00.
That is before you factor in the necessary parts that will be needed.

Personally, I would forego the overhaul option and look into a replacement. Much cheaper. Trust me.

The graciousness of a FixYa rating would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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