How a Automatic Transmission is Made

The remanufacturing process of a BOSS Transmission starts with the proper identification of the transmission. The used transmission core is then disassembled, washed thoroughly using biodegradable cleaning solutions, in an industrial, high-temperature transmission parts washing machine. Each internal part is inspected thoroughly for OEM specifications. All parts not meeting OEM specifications are discarded and replaced using a variety of quality new OEM and aftermarket parts, such as Honda, GM, Chrysler, and Ford OEM and other parts providers.

 

We use aftermarket new parts, such as Borg Warner, Transtec, Sonnax, Raybestos, Precision, and Rostra, just to name a few. Each transmission unit is carefully re-assembled and updated using the latest technical service specifications, such as, valve body re-programming, super-ceded parts replacement, bushing updates, electronic updates, torque converter bearing and lining updates, all of which are required to meet BOSS Transmissions building standards. Each of our transmissions are built by a knowledgeable and experienced transmission technician from start to finish, ensuring a quality tested rebuild remanufactured transmission. It is then ready for you to replace that old and non-working transmission with a quality tested rebuild or remanufactured BOSS Transmission.

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One Response to “How a Automatic Transmission is Made”

  1. marksmatt92 says:

    Very Very Happy!!!!!!
    They have great service and best pricing. I would advise anyone to get their transmission rebuilt from them, they are honest, and very good people.
    The service and professionalism that I received from staff of Boss Transmissions was outstanding!!!
    And my car now runs just new.
    I would DEFINITELY recommend BOSS TRANSMISSIONS to everyone ..
    Thanks :)