Remanufactured U660E Transmission Price
Alternative Name: U660-E, U660, Toyota U660E
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About Our Remanufactured U660E Transmission
The Toyota U660E transmission is essential to select Toyota vehicle performance. It's also one of the most expensive parts of the car to fix. While it can be tempting to ignore the signs, though, delaying the repair can cost far more than you think. Because the transmission is the key to keeping your car moving forward (or backward as the case may be), you’re better off replacing it as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the more likely it is that you’ll wear out other parts of the car.
If you’re looking for a way to replace your transmission without wasting time or money, consider purchasing a high-quality remanufactured or used transmission from Reman-Transmission. When we rebuild a transmission, we replace every component inside with either a re-machined or a new OEM part. During the process, we also correct any flaws in the transmission that may have been present in its original design.
It’s worth noting that the U660E didn’t have any notable recalls, though it has been subject to a few general improvements. Repairs to the product were largely minor and issued to ensure better performance and reliability. If you're looking for a U660E transmission for sale, it's critical to find a supplier who understands how the transmission has changed over time. Only then can you be certain that the part in your car will be as safe (or safer) as the original part.
At Reman-Transmission, our staff does things a little differently than most transmission remanufactures or sellers. This is largely because our approach does more than fix what’s broken. Because each part of the transmission is dependent on its adjacent components, our transmissions are more reliable. Because a typical transmission build won't address the other components in the vehicle, it ultimately will have a tougher time against the general wear and tear you put on your vehicle. In other words, your vehicle may hold up for a while, but you'll eventually see the cracks in the design. Plus, all of our work is based on updated best practices in the industry, which means that our remanufactured transmissions are sometimes better than the brand new ones.
If you would prefer to purchase a used Toyota U660E transmission, you can be confident you’re purchasing the most affordable U660E in the industry. In addition to saving your budget, though, we inspect each part of the transmission to determine that it’s in working condition. If it doesn't pass our rigorous tests, we won’t sell the product. Our warranties for our used U660E transmissions last up to six months or 6,000 miles, and our warranties for remanufactured U660E transmissions are up to 36 months with unlimited mileage. Plus, you only pay $270 for shipping.
U660E Frequently Asked Questions
What is the most common problem with the transmission in the U660E?
The U660E typically has problems with downshifting. The more miles on the car, the more likely you are to feel the car jerk every time you downshift gears. Reman-Transmission will remanufacture your transmission to OEM standards and the factory defects where the most common problems would start.
What kind of transmission fluid does a U660E take?
Because Toyota and Lexus are the two types of cars that use the U660E, we recommend Toyota’s World Standard fluid. This type of transmission fluid has been formulated specifically for their transmissions. (Please note that their automatic transmission fluid can be used in other cars.)
What cars have a U660E transmission?
The U660E can be found in the Toyota Previa (2006 – 2008), Camry (2007 – 2017), Aurion (2007 – 2017), Blade (2007 – 2012), Mark X Zio (2007 – 2013), Avalon (2008 – 2018), Venza, (2009 – 2017), Sienna (2011 – 2016), the Lexus RX350 (2010 – 2015) and ES 350 (2007 – 2018), and the Lotus Evora (2012).
What is the difference between the U760E and U660E transmissions?
The U760E has a higher torque capacity than the U660E, so it's a better fit for rear-wheel drive (RWD) vehicles. You're more likely to see the U760E in a 4Runner or a GX than you are in a mid-size.
U660E History & Information
The first U660E was originally developed by Aisin AW in Japan, and its predecessors included the U340E, U341E, and U341F. While the transmission was first introduced in the 2000s, Aisin AW has been in the industry since the 1960s. Also known as U660 or U660-E, the part was made for a variety of vehicles, and targeted front-wheel vehicles (FWD), though it can be used in all-wheel vehicles (AWD) as well. With the proliferation of mid-sized cars at the time, the transmission was immediately hailed for its superior shifting and fuel efficiency.
Aisin AW is a division of Aisin Seiki, a company with a long-standing relationship with Toyota. If you're looking for a Toyota U660E transmission for sale, it's likely because you've had the original transmission for quite some time, as these parts were designed to go the distance. Of all the automakers that adopted the U660E for their cars, Toyota and Lexus were at the top of the list.
Toyota is also known for its variant of the U660E transmission, known as the U760E. The U760E is very similar to the U660E but modified for different Toyota and Lexus models, including the Venza, Sienna, Highlander, Camry, Lexus ES350, and Lexus RX350. Largely done to accommodate rougher riding conditions with its increase in power and torque ratings, the 760E version was designed for rear-wheel drive (RWD). Aisin also makes the U660F transmission, which is designed for all-wheel drive and front-wheel drive vehicles with higher power and torque capacities. If you're comparing U660F vs U660E, you should know that they are not direct replacements of one another (despite their many similarities).
The six-speed U660E transmission has undergone several improvements over the years. Most notably, it was rejiggered to accommodate a variety of driving conditions. Gear ratios were also adjusted to further enhance efficiency and reduce emission output. A lock-up clutch was added to the torque converter to reduce heat by linking the impeller and turbine together. (The more direct the connection in the vehicle, the less slippage and the smoother the power transfer is.) The durability and reliability were also improved over time with the help of more resilient clutch packs and gearsets.
These internal components were specifically manufactured to handle the higher torque loads of certain vehicles, so the transmission would last longer. Successors include the U661E, U661F, U760E, U760F, U761E, and U761F. With each iteration, Aisin considered how different drivers and vehicles would fare on a variety of roads, including those that were coated in ice or covered in gravel.
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