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My transmission went out in my 1997 gmc jimmy how do I rebuild my transmission

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There are rebuild kit's u can find on line, and to keep it from cafing again, u should upgrade the pump and shifting sort's in the tranny there is a kit for tis also, an auto tranny has lot's of part's, clutches spring's ect so it's best to have an experenced teck at least helping u!

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