I bought a 1991 Galant with 1900 miles on it! Of course with it setting for so long it's transmission needs some work. Where can i buy a remade transmission?

Asked by Jun 08, 2012 at 12:18 AM about the Mitsubishi Galant

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Your best bet is stop in your local garage or transmission shop and ask them if it would be cheaper to order a remanufactured transmission or have to do a rebuild.

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Depends on what type of galant u have is it the vr4 edition or not and what kind of rebuild u want to I would check out John Shepard or tre to see if they rebuild it do you

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