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Alternative Name: WA580, NAG1, and the 5G-Tronic
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Is shipping free?
Additional or Store Pickup
Who pays for Core Return?
You Do (Store Drop off)
Do I pay for Core today?
No, we waive Core Charge for 30 days*
Yes, but will be refunded when shipped back
Is torque convertor included?
What is the warranty?
Up to 5 years/Unlimited miles
Up to 3 years/Unlimited miles
Best Price Guarantee?
Yes! (for comparable conditions only)
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About Our Remanufactured 722.6 Transmission
Whether you want to buy a used 722.6 transmission for sale that you know is in good shape, to begin with, or are looking for a high-quality remanufactured Mercedes 722.6 transmission for sale, Reman-Transmission offers some of the best Mercedes Benz 722.6 transmission options available on the market. Rather than doing an online search for "cheap rebuilt 722.6 transmissions near me", why not get into a high-quality remanufactured transmission? A rebuild only means the defective parts are replaced, shifting wear and tear to other parts of the transmission that can then fail again, causing a whole string of repairs. Our used transmissions are inspected for functionality and our remanufactured engines have had all of the worn parts replaced, giving you a transmission capable of delivering 200,000 miles or more.
Our reconditioning process takes the entire transmission assembly and repairs it to meet or exceed the original factory OEM part specifications. We replace everything in the bell housing, so you end up with a transmission that's like brand new, but even better, because we make upgrades to parts that are common failure points so that they'll hold up better, giving you a better than factory transmission at a much lower price than buying new.
A properly remanufactured Mercedes 722.6 transmission will provide superior performance for many years to come, preventing you from ending up with an expensive and unexpected breakdown at the side of the road. We give you free shipping to commercial addresses in the continental U.S., or $75 to a residential address. On top of that, we offer a six-month, 6,000-mile warranty on our used 722.6 transmissions and a 36 month, unlimited mileage warranty on our remanufactured 722.6 transmissions, giving you a solid backing and confidence in the transmission you order from us.
We keep many remanufactured automatic and manual transmissions in stock from major import and domestic manufacturers. Every part is tested and inspected to ensure it meets or exceeds OEM factory specs prior to shipping the transmissions. Because of the lengths, we go to in remanufacturing, you'll get a transmission that will outlast one straight from the factory. Working with us gets you a professionally-inspected used Mercedes Benz 722.6 transmission or a professionally-remanufactured 7.226 transmission. Whether you want an upgrade on your current transmission or are just looking for a replacement for your Mercedes, we can help you keep rolling for many years to come.
Our 722.6 transmission Upgrades
A remanufactured and improved torque converter is included with every transmission.
To eliminate the possibility of front seal leaks, vibration, and premature bushing wear, all torque converters are tested for leaks, lock-up, concentricity, and balance.
Every fully remanufactured valve body, with complete system correction and recalibration kit, is tested independently.
All wear-prone valves are restored to stringent specifications and vacuum tested to confirm proper function.
Each remanufactured transmission is hot, cold, load, and simulated road tested using our proprietary CARS (Computer-Aided Road Simulation) dynamometer program.
All remanufactured transmissions are backed by the industry's best, no-hassle nationwide warranty.
722.6 Frequently Asked Questions
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722.6 History & Information
The Mercedes Benz 722.6 transmission, also known as the WA580, NAG1, and the 5G-Tronic, is manufactured by Mercedes Benz as a new transmission to replace the 4G-Tronic, a four-speed transmission. It features two reverse and five forward gears, is fully electronically controlled, and has a torque converter lock-up. As an overdrive automatic transmission, it provides a range of thoughtful features that adds functionality, driving performance, and safety to the vehicle.
Used across a wide range of Mercedes, including the S-Class, E-Class, C-Class, G-Class, Maybach lineup, and many more, it's also been adapted to a range of other manufacturer's vehicles, including Jaguar, Jeep, Dodge, Chrysler, and Ssangyong. The 722.6 transmission's adaptability to this wide range of vehicles is part of its popularity and the reason why it can be found in vehicle years spanning from 1996 to today, a 25+ year cycle that is virtually unheard of when it comes to automatic transmissions.
It features several special operating modes, depending on the vehicle it's placed in. Winter/Sport mode has the gearbox start in second in both forward and reverse gears, to provide better traction on slippery surfaces. Speedshift provides opportunities for both manual modes and active downshifting capability. The transmission is also trainable, allowing the driver to set specific conditions for when the vehicle should shift between gears, providing opportunities for saving fuel or for better performance.
It's been operated in vehicles with engines ranging from inline-four to V-12 configurations, with a high torque capacity of up to 1000 Nm making it capable of handling the diverse range. This is also why it's retained such popularity in non-Mercedes vehicles, from Sprinter vans to Jeep Wranglers. It should be noted that the torque converter, unlike most, naturally has a bluish tint to it, which in other transmissions would be the sign of a failed converter. Further testing is needed to determine whether the torque converter has failed.
|722.6 Transmission Compatibility Chart|
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