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You would like to change a geo metro transmission from manual to automatic how do you go about doing it?


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2006-08-28 23:52:32
2006-08-28 23:52:32

My advice. Forget this idea. Sell this car and purchase one that came with an Automatic. You will save yourself money and lots of headaches. This would be an expensive conversion. The only other option would be to find a donor car with all the necessary parts.

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