On average individual solenoids cost between $15-$30, with prices reaching as high as $100, according to Autoservicecosts. Depending on the number of solenoids you need to replace and service time, labor costs will range from $70–$150. Prices will vary based on make and model of your vehicle.
- Average cost of replacement: $15-$30
- Highest cost of replacement: $100
- Manual labor costs: $70-$150
Advantages Of Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid Replacement
Put simply, replacing the old and worn out solenoid will make your car much easier to drive. With a solenoid replacement, this should all but eliminate the possibility of the car losing power or shutting down. The overall safety and quality of the vehicle goes up with a replacement. A vehicle with clutch solenoid issues will cause the transmission and torque converter to wear out. Avoid all the potential issues by replacing the clutch solenoid as soon as any problem is detected.
When Is A Replacement Necessary?
Pinpointing an exact cause of a transmission issue can be a difficult task, especially for the untrained eyes. Most car owners are better off telling their mechanic where they believe the problem area is instead of suggesting it’s a transmission issue. Signs of a failed solenoid include an inability to accelerate, engine shutdown or even a total loss of power. Changing out the transmission fluid frequently can help prevent an eventual replacement. Avoiding the problem altogether will make your car very difficult to operate.
Road Runner Converters Offers Many Torque Converter Replacements
Road Runner Converters offers many torque converters for sale online. We offer GM Torque Converters, Ford Torque Converters, Diesel Torque Converters, Towing Torque Converters, Street Torque Converters and more.