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Complete rebuild or replacement. Not an easy or diy project. The average auto trans has more moving parts than the engine does and often requires specialized tools in addition to specialized knowledge. Expect to pay around $1000 to 1500US
I am not a mechanic but I own a 2002 Mazda Tribute and have replaced the idle control valve 2x. pretty soon it will not stay started unless you have your foot on the gas....sounds like you are there. It costs between $200-$400. They told me at the dealer that Tributes have this problem and it happens a lot. I have had it happen two times in 60,000 miles I put on it (it's now at 86,000). Other than that GREAT vehicle!
yes sir they are about right. I have had both of my CAT CONV replaced. The 1st was under warranty. There is a 8yr/80000, mile warranty with the dealer. So I did not have to pay anything for that. The second one was replaced recently at Precision Tune. That was a bout a grand just for the CAT CONV and labor. I had called the mazda dealer and they confirmed as well. So yes we do have two and they do cost about a grand a piece.