Used Isuzu Transmissions
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About Isuzu Transmissions
Isuzu has been around as an auto manufacturing company for more than 100 years, though it wasn’t officially called Isuzu (named after a Japanese river) until the 1940s.
After World War I, Isuzu found success as a truck manufacturer, though it also produced some passenger cars. In the 1970s Isuzu partnered with General Motors (GM) and the trucks and SUVs continued to be popular during the 1980s and 90s.
In the 21st century, Isuzu started having a harder time keeping up with the passenger vehicle competition, and currently only offers a truck and an SUV. The larger company focus is commercial trucks.
Many of Isuzu vehicles’ transmissions are made by Isuzu, though some are made by Aisin and GM.
Locate Used Isuzu Transmissions
When your transmission blows out, your car turns into a 2,000 pound paper weight. The price to replace the engine or drive train can be astronomical & finding the right parts at a junk yard can take days or weeks if you manage to find them at all.
ASAP Motors can help make your troubles a little easier by connecting you with a quality replacement Isuzu transmission for sale online. Our nationwide network of suppliers will help you find the parts or a facility that has transmissions for sale that will fit your Isuzu. Shop used transmissions that are cleaned, tested for functionality, and shipped ready to install.
Using this parts locator service is quite easy and takes only 10-15 seconds to complete the parts request form to get started. This search service is provided free of charge and there is no obligation to you, as the customer, to buy any of the parts that are offered to you. Search for an affordable, replacement transmission from the comfort of your own home today.
Select Your Used Isuzu Transmission Model Below
Do you need a four/five-speed, manual transmission for your Isuzu Aska or a GM 4L30-E transmission for your Isuzu Axiom? Either way, ASAP Motors has you covered, and at the right price.
Isuzu grew out of a shipbuilding and engineering company in the early 1900s, and so has a long history of developing large, powerful vehicles. This is reflected in the relatively low popularity of Isuzu cars compared with continued popularity of Isuzu trucks.
At the same time, Isuzu was a spearhead of passenger car manufacturing in Japan. By partnering with a Western company like GM, Isuzu set a firm foot in the global market, and retains a niche in the large passenger vehicle and commercial trucking industries.
Isuzu vehicles come with both automatic and manual transmissions, and are available in four, five and six speeds.
Used Isuzu Transmissions Frequently Asked Questions
When considering buying a used Isuzu transmission, our customers have asked particular questions such as:
Q: How much does a used Isuzu transmission cost?
A: The exact price of a used Isuzu transmission will depend on the vehicle’s model and year, most customers pay between $150 and $1,000 for used Isuzu transmissions.
Q: What is the issue with the Isuzu Rodeo force motor?
A: The force motor is an important part of the transmission’s shifting components. Earlier models of the Rodeo sometimes experienced force motor failure, especially those with a four-speed, automatic transmission.
If you need a used Isuzu Rodeo transmission, be sure to ask your broker about potential issues and if the part comes with a warranty.
Q: Who makes Isuzu transmissions?
A: As a manufacturer, Isuzu made many of the transmissions itself at one of its plants. However, as a global company, Isuzu may put transmissions made by GM, Aisin and other manufacturers in its vehicles.
Popular Isuzu Used Transmission Models
The Isuzu Trooper was made from 1981 until 2002. This mid-size SUV was sold internationally under various names, including Acura SLX and Subaru Bighorn. The first generation was quite basic, though the second was more refined to be more powerful and luxurious. The Isuzu Trooper came with four- and five-speed transmissions in both manual and automatic.
The Isuzu Rodeo was a nameplate used from 1988 thorugh 2004 for a compact pickup truck in Japan and a midsize SUV in North America. The SUV came in two generations, and offered five-speed manual transmissions and four-speed automatic transmissions.
The Isuzu D-Max began production in 2002 and is still being made today. This pickup truck shares the platform of several GM midsize trucks. Over the course of two generations it’s remained a excellent on- and off-road performer. The Isuzu D-Max offers manual and automatic transmissions with four, five and six speeds.