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How much would it cost to get the first gear sensor fixed on our van?

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No one on the internet knows anything about vehicle repair costs

You need to have a vehicle properly diagnosed to find a problem,
only then is there a solution & repair cost & that comes from the
merchant your dealing with

You do understand what I just said ?

There is no first gear sensor to my knowledge on your transaxle

It has a control module,but that doesn't mean it is related to your

I once owned a trans shop in the early 1990's & we did many,many
caravans & those transaxles fail ALOT

Posted on May 10, 2014


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