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      10-09-2008 09:47 AM #1
      APTuning is proud to offer its in house transmission services. We have been offering these services for almost a decade but not many customers are aware of them. The drive train of a vehicle is often overlooked when maintaining or modifying a car until the limits of it's components have been exceeded, often leading to time-consuming, costly repairs. Therefore it can not be stressed enough to perform routine checks and service on the drive train just like changing oil or rotating tires. From a standard fluid flush to a basic rebuild , aftermarket differential install or even a full race prepared transmission, we do it all!!

      We carry a full line of OEM replacement parts as well as many aftermarket upgrades from companies such as Peloquins, Eurospec, Quaife, and Wavetrac.(we could virtually build a new trans. from in-stock replacement parts). This includes all late model VW transmissions-020/02A/02J/02M/02Q. We also keep a large stock of already rebuilt transmissions on hand for those who have suffered catastrophic failures.

      On the performance aspect of the drive train we offer our APTuning Race Gearset, APTuning Race Spool, and APTuning Heavy Duty Differential Flanges. The use of APTuning’s components are a sure way to increase the strength and reliability of any transmission, from full race car to high horsepower street car. These components were designed and engineered in partnership with G-Force Transmissions to offer the best quality products out there.

      We also offer clutches and flywheels for virtually all Volkswagen/Audi vehicles. For O.E. replacement we carry Sachs and Luk. For a performance upgrade we stock a large inventory of SPEC clutches and SPEC, Autotech, and Eurospec flywheels. Even for obscure hard to find parts for less common vehicles are usually only 2 days out thanks to having stocking warehouses in New Jersey and Ohio.

      APTuning would like you to use our services next time you need any form of attention paid to the drive train of your VW/Audi. Most services can be performed same day while you wait. We are located on the East end of Lebanon just blocks away from historic downtown Lebanon where there are numerous specialty shops to occupy your day while we service your vehicle. Also for an all day repair many customers will take a trip to World Famous Hershey PA("The Sweetest Place on Earth") which is only about 30 minutes West. In Hershey you can enjoy the amusement park, muesems, or numerous shops.

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    2. 10-13-2008 10:36 PM #2
      hi i have a 2001 jetta 1.8t and i need a new transmission a was wondering how much a new one would cost from you, or to have my old one rebuilt. thanks

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      10-14-2008 11:39 AM #3
      Rebuilt transmissions go for anywhere from $700-$1150.

      I would need the code from yours to get an accurate price.(it should be EHA)

      To fix yours it would be $300 plus parts, whats wrong with it??


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    4. 10-21-2008 12:51 AM #4
      o2j, 2nd gear syncro replacement? pm me with est.

    5. 10-31-2008 10:26 AM #5
      The 02m in my 337 needs to be rebuilt; it seems one or more of the shift forks have given up (stuck in first gear). I'd love an estimate on what that would cost.

    6. 11-03-2008 08:59 PM #6
      hi i have an 03 jetta 1.8t with an eha tranny
      i need it rebuilt and need to know wat its goin to cost thankx

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      11-04-2008 09:26 AM #7
      Please contact via email, phone or pm for quotes as they can get quite long to keep posting.

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    8. 11-16-2008 03:55 PM #8
      Hey I have a question for you. My gears having been cranking when i shift from 1st to 2nd gear and from 2nd to 3rd gear and they crank especially hard when i shift fast (the rpm doesn't make a difference). This however doesn't happen when i shift from 4th to 3rd and from 3rd to 2nd gears. At first i thought it was the syncros but that would mean only 1 gear would be cranking not two. I was wondering if you knew what the problem would be and how much you guys would charge to fix it.

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      11-28-2008 09:13 AM #9
      By cranking I assume you mean grinding?

      If this is the case its usually the syncro hub and the gear itself not just the syncros. This is a very common misconception and the problem is the hubs and gears are quite expensive.

      It is very possible to grind only on upshift or downshift depending on how the teeth on the hub or gear are worn.

      Something like that is pretty much impossible to diagnois without having the trans apart but if it would take both sets of hubs and gears it will usually be cheaper to replace it with an already refurbished transmission.

      If you interested please instant message with all of your vehicle information and can go from there

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    10. 12-18-2008 10:17 AM #10
      I have a new hole in my diff housing on my 02 1.8t, vw and their damn rivets! Do you have a rebuilt trans down there for sale? How much do you think it would cost with shipping to Concord NH?

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      12-22-2008 11:31 AM #11
      4cyl 02J would be $900 plus core and about $100 shipping

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      12-24-2008 04:23 PM #12
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      seems to be working fine, but for peace of mind i'd like to have it done.

      Quote please? =]


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      01-05-2009 10:58 PM #13
      how much would it cost to rebuild a 2001 VR6 Manual Transmission?

      i have a really weird problem so im not sure what it is, ill describe it:

      There is a clicking noise when the car is on idle if i press the clucth the noise is gone (throw out bearing was replaced so thats not the problem)... now the car makes the same noise when accelerating in first gear, and engine braking in first gear... however all the gears are smooth as silk, it never grinds any gear... here is a link to a video i made so you can hear what i am talking about:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaChCFVtBZI


    14. 01-05-2009 11:16 PM #14
      Hey i got a 2005 mrk4 Jetta gli pushing around 380hp (6 speed) ... i was in 4th gear pushing it pretty hard and all of a sudden i heard grinding and i lost all power through the gear .... it grinds at idle stopped in any gear and in neutral ... wont shift into reverse ... and 4th and 6th give me nothing ( i can be stopped with the clutch out and shft into 4th and 6th freely) ... wondering if you recognized problem ... is it worth bustin apart to fix and if not .... what could you guys hook me up with that could handle 400hp and how much it will run me ... thanks

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      01-07-2009 02:24 PM #15
      Please call with any specific issues or pricing as they vary drastically and would be quite involved to type everything out.

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      01-12-2009 09:54 AM #16
      Hello, Were is your services located?, I have an 03 20TH AE GTI, 6-SPEED I need a trans rebuild for the first 3 gears, synchros bushings and selector hub. Due to grinding in second gear with clutch fully depressed either up shifting from 1st or down shifting from 3rd.
      So an estamite and location would be great thanks. I live in Worcester MA if there are any local shops that would be great thanks
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      01-15-2009 12:32 PM #17
      Sorry but we are an independant shop located in Lebanon PA.

      We do quite a bit of transmission work via shipping. If you dont have anybody local to perform the internal work, you caould have the trans pulled and shipped to us and we can diagnois, quote, repair, and ship back out usually withing 48 hours.

      If thats something your interested in pleasee feel free to call the shop as 717-272-0916

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      Do you sell the G Force gear sets?
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    19. 02-08-2009 12:54 AM #19
      i have the exact same problem with my 03' GTI VR6. It has that clanking noise during idle and until about 1500 RPMs in first gear. I have a lightweight flywheel i dont know if that causes gear chatter or what. If anyone could help me out with this it be great.

    20. 02-08-2009 06:53 PM #20
      Hi I own a 2003 Wolfsburg Edition Jetta. What would you guys recomend in the whole transmission are for upgrades if money was no object?

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      02-10-2009 02:54 PM #21
      Quote, originally posted by vwmk2vr6s »
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      Yes we are the exclusive distributor for them.

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      02-10-2009 02:56 PM #22
      Quote, originally posted by VRooooom6 »
      i have the exact same problem with my 03' GTI VR6. It has that clanking noise during idle and until about 1500 RPMs in first gear. I have a lightweight flywheel i dont know if that causes gear chatter or what. If anyone could help me out with this it be great.

      Yes that is most likely the cause. The stock flywheels can be quite heavy but because of this they absorb alot of vibration.

      Once a lighter flywheel is put in the vibration is heard through the trans and is even more noticable on the 6 speeds.

      Does it stop when you push the clutch in?

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      02-10-2009 02:58 PM #23
      Quote, originally posted by murraydo15 »
      Hi I own a 2003 Wolfsburg Edition Jetta. What would you guys recomend in the whole transmission are for upgrades if money was no object?

      How much power are you making?

      If the power necessitates and money is no object I would recommend a switch to 02A syncro assemblies with our Race Gearset and a Peloquin differential.

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    25. 02-11-2009 01:29 AM #25
      yea it does go away when i push the clutch in. the noise also intensifies or decreases with how you let out the clutch, you let it out real quick and its real loud, then you release slowly and its quieter. There was another post about the same problem and hes got a video posted. The noise in the video is the same sound i got.

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      02-11-2009 08:55 AM #26
      Yea i have a light weight flywheel on my 20th GTI 6 speed and i can notice vibration sounds between 2500 rpms and 3000 rpms, other than that i dont hear it much, but when i bought car i was told with AC on you will notice it more Y i dono and im not possitive.
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      02-12-2009 05:13 PM #27
      Quote, originally posted by VRooooom6 »
      yea it does go away when i push the clutch in. the noise also intensifies or decreases with how you let out the clutch, you let it out real quick and its real loud, then you release slowly and its quieter. There was another post about the same problem and hes got a video posted. The noise in the video is the same sound i got.

      Yea that is typical with a lightweight flywheel. Nothing bad just an annoyance to some.

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    28. 02-13-2009 11:47 AM #28
      i have a 96 2.0 and it wont stay in reverse it keeps popping out, is that a tranny issue or a cable adjustment

    29. 02-16-2009 04:00 PM #29
      Question: Is there alot of problems with mk4 1.8 Jettas around 85,000 to 90,000 transmission-wise?

      Should I start saving for a rebuild?


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      02-18-2009 01:45 PM #30
      Quote, originally posted by dubbinalbo »
      i have a 96 2.0 and it wont stay in reverse it keeps popping out, is that a tranny issue or a cable adjustment

      Sounds like an internal problem, most likely reverse idler which is very coomon. Does it a rumbling/racheting noise while reversing?

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      02-18-2009 01:46 PM #31
      Quote, originally posted by 1010 »
      Question: Is there alot of problems with mk4 1.8 Jettas around 85,000 to 90,000 transmission-wise?

      Should I start saving for a rebuild?

      There is really no mileage interval. VW trans are know for issues in general which could happen anywhere from new to 200K miles.

      Alot of it just pertains to how the car is driven and maintained with the exception of differential issues as they like to fail whenever they feel like it.

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      04-02-2009 02:14 PM #32
      yes i have a 95 jetta vr6 with the o2a transmission. and how much to have it rebuilt. the trans code is CCM

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      04-02-2009 06:29 PM #33

      Quote, originally posted by blurr20 »
      yes i have a 95 jetta vr6 with the o2a transmission. and how much to have it rebuilt. the trans code is CCM

      Rebuilds are $300 plus what ever parts are needed/recommended for replacement.

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    34. 04-11-2009 02:01 AM #34
      hi i have a 1999.5 Audi 1.8t quattro, and was wondering what I would need and approx. how much it would cost to do a 6 speed transmission swap, given i already have a 5..? any help would be great..

    35. 04-23-2009 02:22 PM #35
      What kind or warranty do you provide for stock rebuilds?

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