Mercedes Transmissions For Sale
Transmissions for Mercedes Benz
When searching for real authentic working Mercedes Benz transmissions and kits, no other website on the Internet comes close to the inventory of new, rebuilt and certified used transmissions and torque converters for sale than the American-based Mercedes Benz specialist, Adsit Company – and customers love how so many of our M-B auto parts come with a warranty!
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Mercedes Benz Transmission FAQ’s:
- How much is a transmission for a Mercedes-Benz? Our rebuilt Mercedes transmissions range from $1995 to $2995, which includes the parts and labor of fully restoring and rigorously testing the transmission. Rebuilt transmissions also come with a refundable core deposit ranging from $300 – $1000.
- Can you rebuild a Mercedes transmission? Yes, rebuilding your transmission is an excellent way to keep your classic Mercedes on the road for many more years. However, more recent models have become more difficult to rebuild as they are coded to the specific vehicle they left the factory in.
- How long does a transmission last in a Mercedes? Mercedes transmissions are known as being reliable and many will last 200,000 – 300,000 miles or more.
- What are the signs that your transmission is going out? There are many symptoms that could indicate a failing transmission. This blog post covers some of the most common: https://www.adsitco.com/blog/signs-your-mercedes-transmission-is-going-out/
- What causes transmission to fail? A transmission can begin to fail once the gears begin to break or wear down, worn seals begin to cause leaks, or it can become clogged with debris over time.
- Can you get a Mercedes with a manual transmission? If you are in the market for a Mercedes with a manual transmission, you will have to look primarily at the older models. Many of the classic Mercedes models from the 1960’s through the 1990’s featured manual transmissions.
- What Mercedes has a manual transmission? While Mercedes no longer manufactures vehicles with manual transmissions , you will find many older models did have them.
- When did Mercedes stop using manual transmission? Mercedes stopped offering a manual option with their vehicles in the US by 2011. Most Mercedes still have an option to simulate the experience of a manual transmission with a drive mode that allows you to manually change gears with shift paddles while driving.
- Are Rebuilt transmissions worth it? When dealing with a faulty transmission, finding a rebuilt replacement is the best option. While not as inexpensive as finding a used transmission, a rebuilt transmission will last much longer and provide a much safer and enjoyable driving experience.
- Are Rebuilt transmissions as good as new? Our transmissions are fully disassembled and cleaned, with faulty parts being re-machined or replaced. We also replace all gaskets and seals, and finally Dyno test them to ensure they run just like new.
Need a transmission for your Mercedes? Any Benz, any model, any year, whatever size tranny fits into the engine block, Adsit has it! Based in Muncie, Indiana, USA, Adsit has provided original parts, quality rebuilds, accessories and remanufactured Mercedes Benz transmissions to automotive enthusiasts across the United States and around the world since 1979, getting you the right fit at the best price.
And when we say any Mercedes Benz, we mean it – if it’s a car built within the past 60 years, anyway. Adsit offers mechanic-certified transmissions for Mercedes Benz models dating back to 1960.
Manual transmission or automatic, Adsit has all the transmissions, transmission vacuum modulators and related engine parts you need to keep you shifting gears and into overdrive – at the best price online and under warranty. Additionally, Adsit is able to offer an exclusive discount to our website customers, so shopping our huge inventory of Mercedes-Benz auto parts can earn you savings of at least 10% and sometimes as much as 80%.