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Old 06-12-2008, 04:22 PM   #3
Jsolts
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1997 SC1
Default Re: 2 transmissions 1 year?

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Originally Posted by Low Saturn View Post
I sure hope that included some sort of lubricant.



While not the best design, it can be avoided. Usually loss of traction on one or both wheels the suddenly gaining traction causes this. More so on manuals than automatics.



These transmissions can be found very, very cheap. A lot of us just disassemble it, weld the differential pin in place then reinstall it into the car.

You might want to find a different place to take your car to be repaired. More so since you've already spent more than your car is worth to repair the first transmission.


Just talked to the garage and aparently my clutch it still ok so i dont have to replace that again - new cost $1100 plus tax.

You said trannys are cheap, what is considered cheap?

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