Hey there everyone, took the bonneville into our local transmission shop today and they did diagnostics on it, if youv'e read some of my posts you might have read me talking about our 2000 SSEi upshifting hard and whining while harshly upshifting. Well after they did the diagnostics it turns out as i thought the Pressure Control Solenoid is going bad as well as a bunch of pressure and other related items, oh and dont forget to add in that the drivers wheel bearing and the Wheel speed sensors are bad (something about the rivet on them are getting loose?!) We had our 2000 2.2L S10 in there shop last summer and they do great work and have always been good about service. They quoted us for $1200
that doesnt include the Wheel speed sensors or the Wheel Bearings, which he said wont be much. Let me know what you all think, is this price quote too much, etc, etc. Thanks!
By the way, why cant GM build a GOOD RELIABLE TRANNY!
---> by GM!
This is our 3rd tranny in the family fleet (3 diff vehicles) that has had to have major service, we take excellent care and maintain our vehicles well. We are not hard on them either, well I've burned out twice in the bonneville,
, but two burnouts to ruin a tranny. Why is it that my cousins 2000 Dodge Dakota thats been beat to **** literaly, and it still shifts like a dream. It really gets me.