Question about 2004 Nissan Titan
I am not sure how much it costs but I have a couple of good ideas for you.Call around a couple places and they will give a free estimate that should be pretty accurate.Also,buying a new one is the best thing you can do.I have seen many people that bought used or have it rebuilt,and I would say 80-90% of the time,the results are very disappointing as they do not last as long.Also,when you call the shops,tell them your problem and be sure they say transmission,unless you have the knowledge enough to know it is the transmission.It sounds most likely that it is though.If you have AAA,a AAA shop gives 10% discount on labor.Good luck! Greg
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