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

Question type: General

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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Tom Demyan

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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