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    does anyone know how much rebuilding will cost... ballpark? out of vehicle and delivered... or what would be a fair price to pay for rebuild...and how long it could take to get it back... i have never pulled or had a auto trans. rebuilt so if anyone has some advice i thank ya in advance... with it out (trans) seems like a good time to apply some new undercoat.. i like the bedliner stuff that you apply with a roller... i have used it on other vehicles before... its a little bit more money but worth it....
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    Prices are for Core 1 yr 3 yr 5yr unlimited mileage warranty
    SUPRA 83-85 4 R A43DE $400 $1485 $2393 $3230
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    Wow! For there to be that much difference between a 1 year and 3 year warranty must mean they are pretty iffy in the first place. That's basically paying in advance for them to rebuild it a second time or at least covers their labor and parts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdupler View Post
    Wow! For there to be that much difference between a 1 year and 3 year warranty must mean they are pretty iffy in the first place. That's basically paying in advance for them to rebuild it a second time or at least covers their labor and parts.
    Exactly my thoughts, Phil!
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    sorry it has been so long since i have posted to this thread but i have been searching and reading up on the a43de auto tranny thatcomes in just 2 or 3 years of the celica supras.... i was relieved to find a utube video of a person withthe same problems i had but in a different vehicle but a universal problem shared by all automatics. turns out my torque converter was shot and the output shaft splines are worn...converter is easy to find output shaft not so much...

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    torque converter was easy to evaluate as bad by trying to turn the inner set of races.(2races)..they should both easily turn in a clockwise rotation...but difficult or not turn counterclockwise. i wish i knew this all before taking the whole tranny apart but i got it back together and am just watching the web for parts...miss driving the dragon....been driving a honda crv...yuck.. i miss having that car that you never see another one of...and the way the mk3 and up supra guys give the thumbs up as they pass by....

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    Hi Rottenhalo, just an additional thought...
    I read some place within this or another Supra Mkii forum that when you feel the drivetrain jump or load-up going from reverse to a forward drive selection or vise versa that in many cases a worn or played out rear differential clutch pack would produce similar behaviors. As I understand it, there is a rear differential kit to remedy this problem which costs about $200. See link below. I also recall it being said that it's highly recommended to have a seasoned mechanic that has access to precision measuring devices perform this reconditioning in case any other hardware within is out of "Spec".

    http://www.weirperformance.com/maxgriplsdkits.html

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