Question about 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
It has been my exprience that you can buy a rebuild kit for any vehicle ,but I would try changing transmission fliuld and filter run engine about an hour or so to get fluid circulating and warm ,then change fluid and filter again this will clean dirt & sedaments out .also when you change fluids second time add a Quart of no slip Transmission additive ,this is really good for older trans.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
Transmissions are only new one time
That is on the assy line when being built
Transmissions do have rebuild kits
There are three,different types,plus
other parts,plus hard parts if necessary
That work is done at a trans repair shop,
not in your driveway
The average trans rebuild or reman is
$1200 to $5000 depending on application
Your trans slipped at the end of your story,
so I can't say it needs to be rebuilt,if the
slipping just started
I don't think all the assorted noises was the trans
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