Lifetime Limited Warranty

It’s Great To Know You Can Depend On Valve Body Pro To Stand Behind Its Service And Products

We Have A Professional Staff That Can Assist With Technical Support Before, During And After The Sale

If You Feel You Are Having Valve Body Related Issues Start With Following These Procedures

  • Make sure codes are cleared in ALL modules. Why? Because today's vehicles have their modules interconnected. A code in one module/controller can affect the operation of another.

  • Make sure the battery & charging system is functioning properly. Why? Today's electronic controlled valve bodies and the modules that control them are looking for certain voltages and/or amperage. If the charging system isn't functioning properly you can have all kinds of strange problems.

  • If your vehicle requires it prior to a test drive make sure any scanner relearn or parameter reset is done. Why? Because the TCM stores the shift and pressure parameters from when it was last trying to adjust for a malfunctioning transmission. Replacing a major component like a valve body without resetting those parameters can cause further damage to the transmission or have it take longer for the TCM to readjust itself while being driven.

  • If required follow any drive cycles that the manufacturer or tech services recommend. Why? So the TCM and other modules can quickly readjust to the replacement valve body. For some vehicles it is just a matter of driving a certain number of miles, for others, it is going through a certain type of driving procedure or a number of start-stop-restarts.

  • Make sure to use a compatible fluid and that meets the specs of your transmission. Why? Some late-model vehicles make electronic adjustments based on computer programming for a certain fluid spec. A non-compatible fluid might have a little more slip or grab that could have the TCM trying to adjust for and never be able to get it right. If you use a fluid that does not meet OE specs there is a possibility of shift feel issues.

All warranty claims must be pre-approved by Valve Body Pro by calling (408) 287-4503 before any work begins to avoid invalidating your warranty.

Product Support 408-287-4503 or Visit Our Contact Page

Who Is Covered

Valve Body Pro provides a Lifetime Limited Warranty to repair or exchange, Valve Body Pro's choice, beginning from the date of purchase covering workmanship of the valve body under normal use and service conditions at no additional cost to the original purchaser of the valve body, including shipping.

What Is Covered

The Lifetime Limited Warranty covers, at Valve Body Pro’s option, the cost needed either to repair or exchange the ONLY the purchased valve body that is defective in workmanship or materials.


The cost of labor & parts related to the removal & installation are not covered.


Valve Body Pro requires our products to be installed by a professional automotive transmission technician with all current certifications.


Valve Body Pro requires all products to follow manufactures procedures for removal, installation, torque requirements along with relearn & drive cycle steps.


New OEM valve bodies are sold as-is, and cannot be returned once installed.


What To Do If You Have A Warranty Issue

Should you have a problem with our valve body please contact us by phone or email to inform Valve Body Pro of the nature of your problem before any repairs are started.


Have the following information when you call: Invoice number, valve body part number, date of purchase, VIN, what your concern is, all codes stored in all modules, and what model scanner was used to reset and clear codes.


All warranty claims must be pre-approved by Valve Body Pro by calling (408) 287-4503 before any work begins or returning your product.