If you notice your torque converter is producing strange sounds, having sudden speed changes, feels a little shake or your transmission is slipping or shifting improperly, it’s time to replace your torque converter. Learn more about how much torque converter replacement costs.
Torque converter replacement costs $800 and ranged from $600 to $1,000 depending on the make and model of your vehicle.
- DIY Torque Converter Replacement: $150 to $500
- Professional Torque Converter Replacement: $600 to $1000
If you plan on replacing your torque converter DIY, you will be looking at paying around $325 on average. If you plan on having a professional transmission shop install your torque converter for you, you will be looking at paying $800 on average.
Your transmission fluid should also be changed out at the same time you get your torque converter replaced. On average, a transmission flush costs about $175.
Oards states, “If you perform the torque converter replacement job yourself, you are only looking at around $140 to $490 in parts costs. But if you are going to an auto mechanic and getting a professional replacement service, then it will cost between $400 and $500 just for the labor.”
Transmission Repair Cost Guide states, “The torque converter itself is relatively inexpensive (between $150 and $350, depending on the vehicle), but 5-10 hours of labor is involved since the transmission must be removed in order to replace the torque converter.”
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.