How much does a 2010 Ford F150 transmission replacement cost?

My 2010 Ford F150’s transmission is no longer working properly and I’m planning on having a new one installed—how much does a 2010 Ford F150 transmission replacement cost?

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Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Replacing a truck’s transmission isn’t a particularly cheap procedure—expect a 2010 Ford F150 transmission replacement to cost anywhere from $6,000 to $6,500, depending on what parts are available and the auto shop you go to.
As you can probably guess, most of what you’re paying for goes towards the replacement parts themselves—a new or remanufactured 2010 Ford F150 transmission usually costs between $4,200 and $4,550.
You may be able to find cheaper options if you decide to buy a used transmission—just be aware that used parts don’t always work properly and may end up leading to even more costly repairs down the line.
Labor costs make up the other $1,800 to $1,950, as replacing a truck’s transmission is an incredibly involved, time-consuming service, one that may take multiple days to complete.
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