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Dodge Dakota

In-depth look into the famous Dodge Dakota mid-size truck and the transmission problems and solutions they incur.

In recent years, Dodge has move away from the smaller Dakota. If you want a pickup you need go opt for the current Ram 1500. Anything smaller and you're only Chrysler-based option is the Jeep Gladiator. But why shop around for a new pickup when you already have a Dakota. It's a solid, reliable pickup, without the size of the larger 1500. Due to the age and the mileage Dodge Dakota transmissions can fail. However, you don't need to give up your truck for spare parts and begin looking for something else. Instead, our team here provides remanufactured transmissions specifically for your Dakota. This way, you can instantly bring new life to your Dodge and pump longevity back into the vehicle.

A Remanufactured Transmission Isn't As Expensive As You Think

If you've taken your Dakota into the dealership to see what it would cost to fix your jaw probably hit the floor. A brand new transmission is already going to be pricey, and then add on all the dealership fees and you're looking at paying more than some of the semi-used cars out on the lot. Don't get sucked into the dealership prices for a new transmission. A remanufactured tranny is all you need, and it costs far less than a brand new one.<!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}-->

So what is a remanufactured transmission? It's a transmission that has been taken apart, cleaned up, with all the grease, oil, and gunk removed, damage parts replaced, and then rebuilt and put back together again. This isn't just a random transmission that was pulled out of a junk yard and plopped into your pickup. It was expertly serviced, repaired, and cleaned. Because all the parts are not brand new it drastically slashes the price of the transmission, which, in the end, can end up saving you thousands of dollars. Plus, by not going to the dealership you'll save even more money. Many of the mechanics on hand at your neighborhood Dodge or Ram dealership have little to no experience working on a Dakota because it hasn't been produced for a decade. They're trained on the Ram 1500s and other Chrysler-based designs. So you'll receive a better experience while saving money, all by taking advantage of our remanufactured transmissions for your Dakota.

Discover How A Remanufactured Transmission Can Save You Money

When the transmission or engine goes most people pronounce their vehicle dead and start to look elsewhere. That doesn't need to be the case. While the transmission may no longer work, when everything else is purring like it came off the assembly line why should you consider a different vehicle? That's far more expensive than a remanufactured transmission. And with a Dodge Dakota, you're not going to find any new releases, at least not in the immediate future, and whenever Ram does decide to return to the smaller pickup category you know it's going to cost a pretty penny (not to mention be nearly the size of the current 1500). Instead, save yourself some money and give us a call. A new tranny is all your pickup needs to instantly add years of life back on.<!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}-->

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