Question about 2003 Mercury Mountaineer
The transmission shop have the tools to get in there and rebuild them. I would take to AAmco, Mr. Transmission , Cottman Transmissions. The reason for those places is they give a nation wide warranty on there work.
but a local transmission shop would be fine.
This is a very expensive transmission to rebuild. You are looking at parts and labor around $ 2500.00 . So the other option is to get a trasnmission order and replace it with out trying to rebuild it. That could be the best and cheapest way to go. The transmission shop has the resources to order a transmission for replacement.
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