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My 2014 fiat 500 pop 1.4L with 56k miles needs a new or rebuilt transmission. reasonably driven by experienced man trans drivers. seems too soon?

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Far too soon
go to an accredited auto transmission shop and get a proper diagnosis done
of course if it is a cv transmission( type of belt driven auto)and you have used the wrong oil when topping up then it will require replacing as normal ATF destroys that type of transmission

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