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Old 08-23-2005, 09:45 PM   #11
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I saw the write up on how to RE and RE it, but i wonder how much a shop would charge hour wise..?
Not sure what they would charge hour wise... I think 65-75 US per hour

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Old 08-23-2005, 09:46 PM   #12
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sorry lol, i meant, as in i wonder how many hours it would take for a shop to do so.
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7 hours for a rebuild only. Taken from my build sheet. Another 8 hours to remove and replace.
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Not to say that it was caused by a flush, but that'* the primary reason I won't flush fluid in an older, high mileage car. It always seems to prove dismal results down the short road ahead.

I remember posting that you did it not too long ago.
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You mean he got it flushed? Why??
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I had the trans flushed at 98,000 miles in January.
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Ouch. But it lasted this long, so that couldnt have caused any problems.
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i took it out for a good half hour tonight, i added a quart to the tranny, (was low after removing some) I also mixed some Tranny Tune additive in there..i dont know if it will actually work but, the car does seem to be behaving...one day at a time now i guess.
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Matt have you had a reputable tranny shop scantool it and test drive the car with you to figure out whats happening... ?

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Defintaltly
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