From older cars with three-speed transmissions, to current models featuring five, six, or even eight-speeds, an automotive transmission does the hard work of transferring engine torque to the axles. Whether it’s automatic or manual, a transmission uses a set of gears to bring your car or truck from a standstill into motion, across every level of speed or acceleration. The amount of constant work your transmission performs means it experiences constant stress and wear. If it’s time to replace your transmission, consider the affordable and reliable option of a recycled or remanufactured transmission assembly from Get All Parts. Find the automatic or manual transmission for your vehicle and see how much you can save.
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Competitive advantage: Used transmission assemblies from Get All Parts save you money and time
Get All Parts carries a wide assortment of used manual and automatic transmission assemblies and accessories for just about any vehicle. Our huge selection of remanufactured and recycled mechanical parts gives us the competitive edge to provide the parts you need at a much lower cost than new parts, with additional savings for in-warehouse pickup or delivery to a commercial address. Use our easy site navigation to find the right transmission assembly for your car, truck, SUV, minivan, or even a commercial heavy-duty vehicle.
Transmission assemblies in depth
Automotive transmission assemblies solve a complex problem: How do you transmit the considerable power of a combustion engine to the axles and wheels of an automobile? Even at idle, a car or truck engine performs as much as 1,000 revolutions per minute. As you press the accelerator when your vehicle is stopped, torque from the engine moves into the transmission’s gearbox, where it must then be transferred to the drive axle. The multiple gears in a transmission enable varying amounts of torque to apply properly to the axle at the car or truck’s full range of speeds.
In a manual transmission, the driver makes the selection as to which gear is engaged at a particular speed and engine output. In an automatic transmission, both the amount of engine torque and transmission fluid pressure help the transmission “decide” which gear to engage. Modern autos use complicated computer-controlled information management to determine when to shift gears, to optimize both power usage and fuel efficiency. Some automatic transmissions include a “manu-matic” feature that allows the driver to determine when to shift gears across a linear sequence, while providing electronic control of downshifting and limiting gears to ideal operational ranges.
Recycled and remanufactured transmission assemblies from Get All Parts include the transmission housing, the torque converter for automatic models, and all internal components such as gears and axles. Some assemblies may also include some internal wiring and sensors and other parts that may assist your professional mechanic with installation. These parts may require replacement or removal depending on your particular vehicle application.