If you are searching for “Dodge torque converters” or “Ford torque converters“, Road Runner Converters is here to help!
Dodge Torque Converters
A properly functioning torque converter will keep your Dodge running smoothly and efficiently at all times. The only downside is Dodge transmissions have been known to have factory converters fail while driving at high mileage. Whenever it starts to shudder, slip or fail, it’s time to consider replacing your torque converter.
Road Runner Converters carries the largest selection of Dodge torque converters in the entire U.S. Our converters will fit nearly any Dodge transmission. Our torque selection includes 727 torque converters, 904 torque converters, 45RFE torque converters and Dodge Diesel torque converters.
- Lowest cost for Dodge torque converters at Road Runner Converters: $485
- Highest cost for Dodge torque converters at Road Runner Converters: $1,295
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Ford Torque Converters
Ford torque converters are categorized by size and stall speed. As the diameter of the torque converter decreases, stall speed tends to go higher. High-performance torque converters will come with features such as dynamic balancing for high-RPM use, as well as heavy-duty stator and sprag/oneway clutch.
Just like Dodge, Road Runner Converters carries the biggest variety of Ford torque converters. Road Runner offers torque converters for Ford C4, Ford C6, AOD, Ranger, Taurus, and Ford F150 transmissions.
- Lowest cost for Ford torque converters at Road Runner Converters: $205
- Lowest cost for Ford torque converters at Road Runner Converters: $1,095
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How Much Does A Torque Converter Replacement Cost?
Typically, a DIY torque converter replacement costs between $200 and $600, according to Oards.com. Costs for a professional torque converter replacement can vary based on the labor rate at automotive shop locations. Labor costs should run between $400 and $700 at most shops. The total price for parts and labor should range from $600 to around $1,000.
If this seems too costly, doing the replacement yourself remains an option, and cheaper alternative. The average cost for a DIY replacement is $400, while a typical average cost for a professional service is around $850. At the time of a torque converter replacement, a change of the transmission fluid is recommended. Transmission flush costs range from $125-$250.
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.