ATP Transmission Parts

Professional Auto Parts

ATP Inc. has provided over 50 years of value to its aftermarket customers with high quality and durable products. Today, ATP strives to be the market leader of automotive products consumed by professionals and do-it-yourselfers. Its product line consists of automatic transmission filter kits, repair kits, exhaust manifold kits, harmonic balancers, timing covers, cables, flywheel and ring gears, interior vent filters and chemicals.

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ATP was established in 1955 to service the automatic transmission replacement parts needs of drivers. At the time, there were no aftermarket manufacturers providing these parts. Today, ATP is still a privately held company and operates out of its own 92,000 sq. ft. facility which is located in the northern suburb of Chicago, Illinois. The company offers a wide line of automatic transmission filter kits, repair kits, and other related parts.

Since its inception, the company has striven to earn the respect of its customers by providing they with products that anticipate and exceed their requirements. With its dedication to perfection, ATP provides its clients with products which ensure lasting value and lead industry standards and practices to "zero defects." This made the company one of the most respected manufacturers all around the globe.

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Average rating:54.8 - 7 reviews
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2010 Mercedes C Class
| Posted by | (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

Product installed and looks line OEM but the quality is not as good as original. Filter is not put together or secured to base of filter to good. It was very flimsy and not much holding it together to base of filter.

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4(4)
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1991 Toyota MR2
| Posted by | (East Ridge, TN)

The product was ok but the seal/washer wasn't there or was missing, had to use the old seal.

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5(5)
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2011 Mercury Mariner
| Posted by | (Chino, CA)

For some reason, my escape came without a cabin air filter. No worries, its a quick and easy installation. It's nice to have a filter limit the amount of airborne stuff that gets into your car. Highly recommended.

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1999 Hyundai Sonata
| Posted by | (Morristown, TN)

Two of us in our family have terrible airborne allergies. Clean car cabin is very important. We have gone through lot of different makes of filters. We change once every six months. These are modestly priced and seem to do a good job of keeping the cabin clean.

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5(5)
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2008 Subaru Impreza
| Posted by | (Minerva, OH)

I didn't even know my Subaru had an internal air filter, so when I found out it did, I quickly ordered this. I removed the old one, which had dirt caked on it, and just slid this one in its place. Works very well and fits perfectly in the hole of my 2008 Impreza.

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5(5)
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2006 Mazda 5
| Posted by | (Stanley, NC)

Mazda has engineered an expensive solution to their problem with their heating and cooling the car cabin. You get a musty, moldy smell every time you turn on the air circulating system. They want around $90 to clean it up using chemicals. The cabin filter with activated charcoal seems to do the job of removing musty orders. It does not work perfect at the start but seems to better over time. Would continue to use this versus regular cabin filter which is not as expensive. I feel it is worth the cost.

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2006 BMW 5-Series
| Posted by | (Dallas, TX)

Once I realized how simple it was to change the cabin air filter in my car, I decided that it wasn't worth paying the exorbitant labor cost or the overpriced filter cost. I decided to change the filter myself and was more than happy with this one. This one is even carbon activated which I think is a great additional feature. Although I haven't driven through areas with particularly unpleasant air yet, I am interested in seeing whether or not this filter can improve the smell of air in such areas.

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