Question about 2002 Saturn Sl
Well,it needs trans work but no you do not need a new trans,either the end nut on the input shatf on the trans is loose or the valve body is bad,,,,either can cause the same concern,,,the end nut we usually do first cause it cost about $500 where the valve body is about $1000 so we do the cheaper one first and hope thats all it is,sometimes its a combo of both the loose nut and the faulty valve body,,where then your talking about $1500 give or take a few hundred depending on shop..but usually if it does it hot and cold its the nut loose and or both,but usually if it only does it hot its the valve body only,,,usually,,,,hope that helps,
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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