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I've brought in my car because I believe it is having transmission problems and I have a warranty. They have told me there is a code for the electronic pressure control system inside the transmission. However, they say there is now a vacuam leak on the intake engine manifold and until that is fixed they won't fix the transmission. I only have 2 mos. left on the warranty. Does this sound right to you and if so how much will it cost to repair the vacuam leak on the intake engine manifold?

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Very likely the vacuum leak controls a portion of the transmission and therefore is causing ur problem. Let them fix the vacuum leak first...then if the tranny problem is still present, deal with that next. Not uncommon to have a shop say "this must be fixed first". Sometimes concerns are related.

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