TCI® TRANSMISSION & TORQUE CONVERTER REPAIR SERVICES
Did you know that TCI® Automotive offers repair services on transmissions & torque converters regardless who built them? That's right! If your transmission and/or torque converter have seen better days and you're not sure where to turn, call TCI®.
In most instances, we'll get you back up and running for less than you'd spend on new, replacement equipment making TCI® repair services the smart choice. We have the knowledge and equipment to completely remanufacture your transmission and torque converter, restoring lost performance and durability. Each and every repair is subject to the same rigorous build procedures and triple-check quality tests as the new equipment we produce every day.
What's more, if you are in need of upgrades such as better transmission hard parts, increased stall speed, stronger converter components, etc., TCI® can easily accommodate you during the repair procedure. Add to that our quick turnaround time and you can't go wrong with TCI® repair services. Contact us to make arrangements today!
TCI® Offers Automatic Transmission & Torque Converter Repair Services on the Following Units:
Allison 1000 (converters)
Torque Command 904
Torque Command 727
This includes rebuilding any stock or aftermarket brand into a TCI® Maximizer™, Street Rodder™, Streetfighter® or Full Competition Transmission. We do not rebuild transmissions or torque converters back to OEM, stock specifications.
Entering a repair work order is contingent on a TCI® representative speaking directly with the customer after the product/products have been inspected in-house to determine exact condition. No work is performed unless authorized by the customer.
The process of producing high performance and specialty automatic transmissions and torque converters begins with an OEM core unit previously utilized in a passenger car or light truck application. TCI® takes these cores and disassembles these units. After inspection, TCI® either replaces or refurbishes the component parts for use in later assembly operations. All gaskets, seals, clutches and critical components are replaced with new pieces. All of the complete transmissions and torque converters fit the category of a remanufactured product.
|According to a study by the National Center for Remanufacturing and Resource Recovery at the Rochester (NY) Institute of Technology, it is estimated that the energy conserved by worldwide automotive remanufacturing in one year equals the electricity generated by three nuclear plants or 7.1 million barrels of crude oil.|