Question about Mitsubishi Expo
You need to take it to a trans shop before it gets worse. Often times they can just adjust the linkage and you are fine and other times...if you let this go on too long, they will need to rebuild it. It is critical to find a reputable trani shop. Don't go to an Aamco, as they are usually a rip off. They will always want to have it in for a look, then tell you they can tear it down for 500. and then tell you it will cost you 1500-2000 to repair. That usually means they are going to rebuild it or get a rebuilt trans to put in it.
Check with your local NAPA, Car Quest, Auto Zone and Checker parts stores and see who they recommend, then make some phone calls. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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