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POLL: Novice Transmission rebuild

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by FunkMasterY2K, December 30, 2004.

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  1. FunkMasterY2K

    FunkMasterY2K New Member

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    I am a novice mechanic, however I am technically inclined and a pretty smart guy. I was wondering what my chances of success are on pulling out the tranny and rebuilding it and putting it back in are?

    I can read and follow instructions well, and so far have been able to fix most car/truck problems that I have diagnosed correctly.

    So I was just wondering what your thoughts on this are.

    As well if I fail, this should still make it cheaper if i have to take it to a tranny shop?
     
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    A4LD is one of the easiest transmissions that you will ever get a chance to rebuild. Nice and easy to handle too.
     
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