My Vw Jetta has no reverse, is it cheaper to replace the tranny or fix the old one?

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Asked by May 06, 2009 at 09:49 AM about the Volkswagen Jetta

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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No it is cheaper to fix.. . . .If its just the gear. . .if not i would look a the 19tdi polo box!!! Does wonders!!!

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Its a 1997 2.0 gt model

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i had the exact same problem in my 94' jetta 2.0 gl III i just replaced the tranny and i only paid 120$

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there is no way you only dropped 120 for a tranny replacement, 120 doesnt even come close to the labor let alone a whole new tranny..whose your hook up? lol

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I have a '97 jetta 2.0L Jetta also and I had to get a rebuilt for 2K a replacement would have been 4k and i bought the car for 3400. I guess it is a prototype transmission. Pain in the ass and its starting to give me problems again and my rebuilt warrenty is up now.

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