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I had one. I had to have the transmission rebuilt. Nightmare!!
The 2002 PT cruiser is equipped with an automatic transmission. The automatic transmission does not have a standard clutch. The transmission will need to be completely rebuilt.
The transmission could have been rebuilt improperly, or the linkage could have been reinstalled incorrectly.
because the transmission is going out, it need rebuilt or replaced
The 1985 Econoline Van has an automatic transmission. The transmission can be rebuilt by any licensed transmission shop or purchased new.
If it has an automatic transmission, it probably needs to be replaced or rebuilt.
It isn't possible. You'll need to have the transmission rebuilt.
A rebuilt transmission shoud perform exactly like a new one. Hesitation is not normal. Take it back to whoever rebuilt it.
Automatic Transmissions are such complex things that I would leave that to a transmission shop to do or, if I needed a new Automatic Transmission I would purchase a used or rebuilt one and replace the bad one myself.
Check Your Tranny Fluid.
Type F transmission fluid unless it's been rebuilt. Then it would be Dexron III or whatever fluid the builder recommended. Mine it was Dexron III
The shop that rebuilt my '54 Powerglide recommended Dexron III.
Your transmission needs to be rebuilt ... although - once - I "fixed" that problem by draining & refilling my trany.
The transmission may need to be rebuilt. If it is automatic you can try dropping the transmission oil pan and replacing the filter and fluid.
1st step would be to change the transmission fluid and filter (if so equipped). may save you the cost of a rebuild.
4 to fill it ,unless its been rebuilt then 13 will be needed
About 1500 give or take. I just got mine rebuilt with a warranty.
If it is an automatic transmission then your reverse clutch pack is probably burnt out in which case your transmission needs to be rebuilt If it it a manual transmission and it wont go into the reverse gear it is probably a shift synchronizer.
Automatic or Manual ? Automatic- the least expensive method is to approach a local school with an Automotive program specializing in Automatic Transmissions , that is if time is not an issue - it may take several weeks or months - next cheapest method is a reputable Automatic Transmission rebuilder, have them install a rebuilt into your vehicle. I have had some junkyards (good ones ) do some good and reasonable work on automatics too. Ask around friends relatives etc Manual Trans - same basic answer - if time is not an issue try a good used transmission installed at a junk yard - Rebuilt manual transmissions can be very expensive depending on the vehicle (ie 4 wheel drive) Good luck
Have it rebuilt.
Used, with a 1 year warranty, will cost around $600. Rebuilt with a 5 year warranty, around $1,700. New around $2,500 with a 3 year warranty.
It is a transmission that was broken,but is now fixed with new parts.
I had mine rebuilt for around $1,700 using non OEM parts.
Sometimes draining the transmission fluid and replacing the filter will solve this problem. If it persists the transmission may need to be rebuilt.
Write a longer question. We need to know what kind of car. I'm in Reno NV and they replaced mine (Ford Taurus) with a rebuilt transmission. It cost me $3,000 but that includes labor.