Remanufactured 62TE Transmission Price
Alternative Name: 62TEA, 62-TE, 62-TEA
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About Our Remanufactured 62TE Transmission
Before you search for a reconditioned, refurbished, or rebuilt 62TE transmission, explore your option of purchasing a remanufactured 62TE transmission. At Reman-Transmission, we go above and beyond for our customers. We strive to be the top place to find high quality replacement transmissions for sale. We are confident that we can help you find the best transmission for your vehicle as well. We use a smart VIN system, which will search our companies online database for the best matching transmission we have in stock for your vehicle. As a top transmission supplier for the United States, our professional team will work with you, hand in hand, to find a rock solid, compatible transmission for your vehicle and its powertrain. We are one of the best in the industry, and we will provide you with a complete transmission in top condition with our remanufacturing process.
When we receive a used remanufactured 62TE transmission to our warehouse, the components are first taken apart. Next, our team of technicians and skilled mechanics replace every component within the 62TE transmission with re-machined or new parts. Then, they are tested individually, that way they meet or exceed the specification set by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM). If any part does not meet these standards, we get new parts straight from the factory source. That way, you know that your remanufactured transmission will perform as well (if not better) than a news crate 62TE transmission. If you would like to do a transmission swap in your zone, we can help you with that as well.
Our goal is to provide you with the best transmission at the lowest price possible; however, we do not sacrifice quality. We provide a warranty on every transmission we sell for each car or truck as a sign of confidence in our work and our products. When you hit the street with your transmission, you can have confidence that you have the top transmission possible in your vehicle. If you would like a quote on a remanufactured transmission from us, contact us today or drop in to speak with a friendly member of our team! It would be our pleasure to help you find the right transmission.
Our 62TE 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.
62TE Frequently Asked Questions
Is the 62TE a good transmission?
Yes, the 62TE transmission is a good one. It is durable, reliable, and easily remanufactured. Before you buy a cheap used transmission for your vehicle, go with a remanufactured 62TE. That way, the defects are fixed, and you get a transmission that will last for hundreds of thousands of miles.
How much does the 62TE transmission weigh?
With the torque converter, the 62TE transmission weighs about 400 pounds. This has an impact on how the transmission functions and the amount of power it can generate. At this weight, the 62TE transmission is a solid option for many American and import vehicles.
How do you check transmission fluid on a 62TE?
If you are going to check the transmission fluid on a 62TE, put the car in neutral. Make sure the transmission is at the right operating temperature. The transmission vent is on the pump. If the 62TE transmission is overfilled, the vent will leak, letting you know it is full.
How much does it cost to rebuild a 62TE transmission?
The exact price of a transmission rebuild will vary based on a number of factors; however, a remanufactured 62TE transmission is better than a rebuilt one. Any factory defects are repaired with a 62TE transmission that has been remanufactured, leading to a higher quality product.
62TE History & Information
The 62TE transmission is part of the Ultradrive series, which is manufactured by Chrysler. The series itself started in 1989. There was a 4-speed variant that was used in combination with the 6G72 engine from Mitsubishi. Eventually, the Ultradrive series was expanded to include V6 engines during the 1990 model year for the New Yorker, the Dodge Dynasty, the Town and Country, and the Dodge Grand Caravan. In 2003, the 42RLE was introduced for use in the Jeep Liberty. Finally, in 2007, the 6-speed Chrysler 62TE transmission was introduced along with the all-wheel-drive (AWD) version the 62TEA. The 62-TE is a 6-speed automatic transmission that was based on its 4-speed predecessor, the 41TE. The 62TE remained in production for numerous models all the way up until 2021. Some of the most common vehicles the 62TE is found in was the Chrysler Pacifica, Sebring, 200, Dodge Avenger, Town & Country, and Dodge Grand Caravan.
Although the transmission is classified as a 6-speed, forward transaxle transmission, there are actually 7 forward speeds to the 62TE transmission. This is due to the addition of a 4th gear prime ratio. This prime ratio is used during the 6 to 4 kick down. The goal of this addition is to prevent a double swap of components from taking place. As a result, the 62TE enjoys a smoother kick-down process, preventing the car from jerking or getting stuck as it changes gears during this process. Even though there are occasional problems that can arise that could require repair, it is possible for all drivers to enjoy an outstanding 62TE transmission if it has been remanufactured by professionals. The innovative kick-down gear was highly popular amongst minivan drivers due to the smooth ride it gave them, especially when driving with kids in the vehicle.
The 62TE transmission requires Chrysler-made ATF+4 synthetic type 9602 fluid for proper operation of the internal components. Problems have been known to arise in the transmission when too much, too little, or the wrong transmission fluid is used. Therefore, Chrysler advises taking the vehicle to the dealership when transmission maintenance is due.
|62TE Transmission Compatibility Chart|
|MAKE||MODEL||START YEAR||END YEAR|
|Chrysler||Town & Country||2008||2016|
|Diagnostic Codes for 62TE Transmission|
|DIAGNOSTIC CODES||DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM|
|P0120||Throttle Position Sensor Signal Circuit|
|P0122||Throttle Position Sensor/APPS Low|
|P0123||Throttle Position Sensor/APPS High|
|P0124||Throttle Position Sensor/APPS Intermittent|
|P0218||High Temperature Operation Activated|
|P0562||Low Battery Voltage|
|P0705||Check Shifter Signal|
|P0706||Check Shifter Signal|
|P0711||Trans Temp Sensor, No Temp Rise After Start|
|P0712||Trans Temp Sensor Voltage Too Low|
|P0713||Trans Temp Sensor Voltage Too High|
|P0714||Transmission Temperature Sensor Intermittent|
|P0715||Input Speed Sensor Error|
|P0720||Ouput Speed Sensor Error|
|P0725||Engine Speed Sensor Circuit|
|P0731||Gear Ratio Error in 1st|
|P0732||Gear Ratio Error in 2nd|
|P0733||Gear Ratio Error in 3rd|
|P0734||Gear Ratio Error in 4th|
|P0735||Gear Ratio Error in 4th Prime|
|P0736||Gear Ratio Error in Reverse|
|P0740||Torque Converter Clutch, No RPM Drop @ Lockup|
|P0743||Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid/Trans Relay Circuits|
|P0748||Pressure Solenoid Control/Trans Relay Circuits|
|P0750||LR Solenoid Circuit|
|P0751||O/D Switch Pressed (Lo) More Than 5 Minutes|
|P0753||Trans 3-4 Shift Solenoid/Trans Relay Circuits|
|P0755||2/4 or 2C Solenoid Circuit|
|P0760||OD Solenoid Circuit|
|P0765||UD Solenoid Circuit|
|P0770||4C Solenoid Circuit|
|P0783||3-4 Shift Solenoid, No RPM Drop @ Lockup|
|P0841||LR Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P0845||2/4 Hydraulic Pressure Test Failure|
|P0846||2/4 Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P0867||Line Pressure Fault|
|P0868||Line Pressure Low|
|P0869||Line Pressure High|
|P0870||OD Hydraulic Pressure Test Failure|
|P0871||OD Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P0875||UD Hydraulic Pressure Test Failure|
|P0876||UD Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P0884||Power Up at Speed|
|P0888||Relay Output Always Off|
|P0891||Transmission Relay Always On|
|P0897||Worn Out/Burnt Transaxle Fluid|
|P0932||Line Pressure Sensor Fault|
|P0944||Loss of Prime|
|P0951||Autostick Sensor Circuit|
|P0952||Autostick Input Circuit Low|
|P0987||4C Hydraulic Pressure Test Failure|
|P0988||4C Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P0992||2-4/OD Hydraulic Pressure Test Failure|
|P1652||Serial Communication Link Malfunction|
|P1684||Battery Was Disconnected|
|P1687||No Communication with MIC|
|P1694||BUS Communication with Engine Module|
|P1714||Low Battery Voltage|
|P1715||Restricted Port In T3 Range|
|P1716||BUS Communication with Engine Module|
|P1717||No Communication with MIC|
|P1726||UD Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1727||4C Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1728||2C Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1732||UD Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1733||4C Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1734||2C Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1735||Inadequate Element Volume 4C|
|P1736||Gear Ratio Error in 2nd Prime|
|P1738||High Temperature Logic Activated|
|P1739||Power Up at Speed|
|P1740||TCC O/D Solenoid Performance|
|P1756||Governor Pressure Not Equal to Target @ 15-20 PSI|
|P1757||Governor Pressure Above 3 PSI In Gear @ 0 MPH|
|P1762||Governor Pressure Sensor Offset Volts Too Low Or High|
|P1763||Governor Pressure Sensor Volts Too High|
|P1764||Governor Pressure Sensor Volts Too Low|
|P1765||Trans 12 Volt Supply Relay Control Circuit|
|P1767||Relay Output Always On|
|P1768||Relay Output Always Off|
|P1770||Inadequate Element Volume LR|
|P1771||Inadequate Element Volume 2C|
|P1772||Inadequate Element Volume OD|
|P1773||Inadequate Element Volume UD|
|P1775||Solenoid Switch Valve Latched in TCC Possition|
|P1776||Solenoid Switch Valve Latched in LR Position|
|P1781||OD Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1782||2-4 Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1784||L-R Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1787||OD Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1788||2-4 Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1789||2-4/OD Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1790||Fault Immediately After Shift|
|P1791||Loss of Prime|
|P1792||Battery Was Disconnected|
|P1793||TRD Link Communication Error|
|P1794||Speed Sensor Ground Error|
|P1795||Internal Transmission Controller|
|P1796||Autostick Input Circuit|
|P1797||Manual Shift Overheat|
|P1798||Worn out / Burnt Transaxle Fluid|
|P1799||Calculated Oil Temp In Use|
|P2700||Inadequate Element Volume LR|
|P2701||Inadequate Element Volume 2C|
|P2702||Inadequate Element Volume OD|
|P2703||Inadequate Element Volume UD|
|P2704||Inadequate Element Volume 4C|
|P2706||MS Solenoid Circuit|