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Transmission has been rebuilt. Two weeks late gears would start to grind and has progressively gotten worse

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So why are you using the car?

You will have to pull the trans again & go back thru it

It wasn't built right or some other electrical issue,
that caused it to fail wasn't addressed

Posted on May 23, 2011

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