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A used tranny isn't a bad idea. I'd still have to install it or pay to have it installed. I've swapped a manual tranny in a '93 Civic, a '94 Corrado, a '98 Tacoma, and a '67 MGB but never an automatic tranny and never in this new of a vehicle. It's my wife's daily driver which she needs for work so I'm not sure I'd want to tackle the problem with the limited spare time I have in case something doesn't go right. I suppose I'd have to have a local shop install it or maybe have local shop fix the one that's in there now (which may be cheaper). I'll have to get it diagnosed by AAMCO or some other tranny shop and see what they'd charge. Who knows, maybe it's just some valve or something that can easily be fixed from an external access panel or something??? I know nothing about automatic transmissions...
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