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Old 07-17-2005, 05:35 PM   #11
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Ya that'* about what it seems like because we all STRONGLY suggest not trying it. But hey, merely a suggestion. The final call is your own.
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Ya that'* about what it seems like because we all STRONGLY suggest not trying it. But hey, merely a suggestion. The final call is your own.
Very True...

I do not reccomend that you rebuild the tranny.... But like the man said... Its your car, your time and your money...


Back to the topic at hand...

Is that 604A( I think thats what it was ) a Chrysler trans or a Mitsubishi trans? I know they used the 3.0V6 for a long time in the Chrysler Minivans, wondering if the trans was Mitsu as well..?

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blahblah rebuild this blahblah

I would just buy a brand new, 0-mile AOD FWD transaxle. Not reman., brand new. Actually I would consider getting it seriously beefed also.
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If the trans is an SRTA Hydramatic, or a GM Goodwrench Remanufactured than it will be as good as a brand new trans... Being a rebuilt older unit, it will have all of the updates as well...

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blahblah rebuild this blahblah

I would just buy a brand new, 0-mile AOD FWD transaxle. Not reman., brand new. Actually I would consider getting it seriously beefed also.
well not too many ppl here can **** out $3K+.
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well not too many ppl here can ***^ out $3K+.
Indeed. If my tranny takes a dump, it'll likely be parted out and/or junked and/or sold to anyone who wants it for parts or just wants to take it off me hands.
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well not too many ppl here can ***^ out $3K+.
Indeed. If my tranny takes a dump, it'll likely be parted out and/or junked and/or sold to anyone who wants it for parts or just wants to take it off me hands.
And we other 87-91 SSE owners in ONTARIO would have first dibs on buying it, RIGHT!!!, LOL
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well not too many ppl here can ***^ out $3K+.
Indeed. If my tranny takes a dump, it'll likely be parted out and/or junked and/or sold to anyone who wants it for parts or just wants to take it off me hands.
And we other 87-91 SSE owners in ONTARIO would have first dibs on buying it, RIGHT!!!, LOL
Hrrrmmmmmm....Ya feeling a big negetory on that one....LOL

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well not too many ppl here can ***^ out $3K+.
Indeed. If my tranny takes a dump, it'll likely be parted out and/or junked and/or sold to anyone who wants it for parts or just wants to take it off me hands.
Well I couldn't do that with my car. Already dumped what, 9k into it...whats another 3 grand at this point.

I dont have 3 grand just sitting around, more like $1700 exclusively car repair fund. I never touch that bank, only when stuff breaks. $400 just got blown out of that for a water pump and new wheel bearing; but I could easily sell a grand worth of stuff here on ebay that I would like to keep, but really dont need.

A brand new 4T80-E would actually be $4916 R&R as quoted by my GM dealer. Its $3142 quoted from GM for a remanufactured one. For 800 dollars more, honestly I would go with the 0-mile. I got to see a brand new transmission in its "GM Powertrain" shrinkwrapping. Drooooooooooooooooooooool.
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