How much does it cost to replace the transmission mounts on a car?

My car’s transmission mount has worn down and I’m worried about the cost of getting the repair done at a mechanic’s. In general, how much does it cost to replace a car’s transmission mounts?

Annette Maxon · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Dealing with a faulty transmission mount is always such a bummer!
When it comes to replacing your car’s transmission mounts, you will likely pay $255 to $283 at an auto mechanic. Of that cost, $106 to $134 will cover the cost of labor and $149 will generally cover the price for parts.
Though this repair can be pricey, it’s recommended that you let the pros take care of it for you since it involves replacing a vital component of the car’s structure.
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