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Old 04-06-2005, 12:38 PM
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W201 Transmission Source (EastCoast-preferrably)

Last week my transmission started failing on me (wasn't automatically going into 4th gear and now while traveling up a grade, it will rev high). I had it at the dealer to see what the problem was. The problem is with the rear-most clutch pack.

These are prices I got from the dealership:
Transmission (722.408) - $3350 ($1300 core)
Torque Conv - $1150

Does anyone know of any 'good' sources for rebuilt transmission/torque conv. combo? Preferrably on the EastCoast of the U.S.

I was thinking of going with NJ based : http://www.europeanexchange.com/ (found them through an ad in 'The Star'). They quoted me for rebuilt trans/conv combo $1350+1 year warranty+exchange of the old unit (which I can just drop off). Has anyone ever purchased a unit from from them?

Any insight would be appreciated. Some of the online shops I see sell the rebuilt trans and conv seperate (for $1700+). For instance: adsitco.com ($1800+shipping+exchange), germanstar.net ($1800+shipping+exchange)

Thank you,
Karl
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Old 12-29-2013, 04:55 PM
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try rex karle in downingtown pa
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Old 12-30-2013, 08:19 PM
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Try sending a note to Konstantine. He has tons of used parts and is somewhat local to you outside of Allentown.
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Old 12-31-2013, 09:53 AM
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Definitely go to Rex Carle in Downingtown. He rebuilt my 300CE transmission in 2005 or 2006, and it's still going great, even with two turbochargers on the car. Not a drop of a leak and never a hesitation in shifting.

And by the way, those prices are very high. Last year I had transmission on my E500 rebuilt for $2000.

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