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Old 03-24-2012, 03:49 PM   #1
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Might need a T5 tranny for my 95'. Websites

I looked into a chirping sound under the car it was the throw out bearing and tried to give it some free travel it had travel at the pedal but not under the car.

What the best place price and service for a T5 tranny. Not trying to spend much. It's my daily for now till I get a new job.
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if you can do it yourself summit sells a rebuild kit for around 200-250. or for a brand new stock trans will probably set you back around 1500.then if you wanna get crazy a tko or similar will set you back over 2000$ a rebuild in a shop will prolly cost over 1000. if you cant afford those numbers i would try to find one thats warrantied in a salvage yard.
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I've seen some oems for around $700 new. I know for sure
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Lkq is pretty cheap for there t5 s i picked one up with 40 k miles for 450 with a 1 year parts and labor warranty
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thats a good deal!u cant get yours rebuilt for that.
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I had to wait two ana half Weeks for them to find one under 50 k miles an it being shipped across the US.. But im glad i waited it was a really good deal and i habent had any problems with it either
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I looked into a chirping sound under the car it was the throw out bearing and tried to give it some free travel it had travel at the pedal but not under the car.

What the best place price and service for a T5 tranny. Not trying to spend much. It's my daily for now till I get a new job.
See post #8 in the Useful Info thread.
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does your whole tranny need repaired?or just the tob?cause if its just the bearing i would just change that and make sure that the journal that it rides on is in good shape.
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does your whole tranny need repaired?or just the tob?cause if its just the bearing i would just change that and make sure that the journal that it rides on is in good shape.
+1 If the front bearing support tube that the throwout bearing rides on is aluminum, you should replace it with a cast iron or steel one.
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Im not sure if it needs to be completely rebuilt yet. I want to see the internals before making the choice to rebuild or buy the whole tranny. From what I hear at high rpms I'll want to check over everything. Im looking at some salvage mustangs for some low mileage used T5's now
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