94 ranger 4x4, 285,000 miles. But motor was switched out at 220,000. Should I be worried about the tranny sh**ing out on me? Can I slowly rebuild tranny for cheep and it be worth it?

Asked by Apr 16, 2015 at 08:31 PM about the 1994 Ford Ranger

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Guy selling truck. Really like it but
don't want to spend more money on
it in a month then it's worth.

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Hard to tell when it will fail. How does it drive, is the fluid full, nice and red? Smell burnt? You can rebuilt it, install new, or go used. Rebuilding a trans is usually $1-$3K depending on who does it and what parts plus warranty.

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