Question about 2004 Buick LeSabre
Posted by Anonymous on
Unfortunately, servicing a high-mileage transmission can cause issues if it's 'flushed'. It actually flushes out the the gunk (old fluid) that keeps the seals from leaking. If they flushed it vs. just draining and refilling w/new fluid this may be what happened.
I wouldn't repair or get a new transmission unless you intend to keep if for a long time - another 30K miles+. I'd suggest a used transmission, which should be much cheaper. If you can find a shop to install it, they can also warranty the install and the transmission - most all used parts stores (junkyards/wrecking yards/etc.) warranty their parts, too.
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