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Torque converter

(1999 Ford Taurus)
in Albany, NY on February 13, 2011
how much would it cost to have the transmission torque converter replaced
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on February 13, 2011
Figure about 8 hours of labor on the low side, about $400 for the converter (average priced...not sure which transmission you have...). All told - probably $1,500. At that price, I'd probably investigate the cost of a remanufacutred transmission, including the torque converter.
on February 22, 2011
My first question would be why do you need the convertor replaced. Without knowing whats going on with the transmission, just to R&R the trans to replace the convertor is about a 6 hour job flat rate. So depending on the shop hourly rate it would depend
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