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How long does it take to take the transmission apart. Not fixed just take it apart. I had a nissan maxima 2004 5 speed taken the transmission apart and they shop wanted to charge me $800. Is this right or overcharged. Keeping in mind that they charge $95 per hour.

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It shouldn't take more than a couple of hours, 3 or 4 at the most, to disassemble the transmission. Sounds a bit expensive for just taking it apart. I would check some other places.

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