I have a 96 Buick lasabre bought at 100,000 miles it's my first car . I took it to the shop and they said.18 codes came up for my transmission and it will be 900 in labor plus the new or used tranny

Asked by Mar 27, 2014 at 01:17 PM about the 1997 Buick LeSabre

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Would it be worth fixing? Am I getting
a good price or should I just opt for a
new car?

3 Answers

It's a 1997 Buick lesabre the 96 is a typo

210,105

Car is worth around $2K, and a new Transmission will run you $3K. So now your at $5K, is the rest of the car nice and do you plan on keeping it another 5-10 years? Can you buy another car for $5k with less problems?

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Tom is right. It's not worth the money to fix it.

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