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What could be the problem with a 1999 Tahoe that jumps when accelerating with an automatic transmission and what is the cost for fixiing this problem?


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2008-02-24 20:49:49
2008-02-24 20:49:49

I had mine rebuilt for around $1,700 using non OEM parts.

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