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Old 10-29-2007, 03:41 PM   #1
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How much do you think a transmisson shop will charge to install a aftermarket torque converter in my Riviera?


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$320

Just a guess
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Shouldn't be any more than $500 I believe
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Figure 4-5 hours of labor at a shop that knows your type of car.
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a lot of shops will not install "customer provided" torque converters..the smaller ones will.
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Around my neck fo the woods, the smaller shops are usually the ones who eff everything up and mickey it in there and charge you more than the bigger shops IMO

I'm guessing around $500-$600
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Figure 4-5 hours of labor at a shop that knows your type of car.
Oooo.. Thats a big minus against me. :(
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OOPS My bad.
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Oooo.. Thats a big minus against me. :(
Have you decided to turn the wrenches yourself?

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Yes + plus extra equipment


Just got to milk the one I have till funds are together.
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