generally how much does a new transmission cost

Asked by Mar 16, 2011 at 11:10 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet Camaro Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a 1995 chevy camaro and it is having transmission problems... because of the high mileage i am wondering if it would be best to just buy a new transmission

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get a used one. www.car-parts.com

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you can get one for right around 15-1700 from Monster Transmissions.

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Bout 1700...

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lol i love how no one even asked him if its a manual or auto and people are still throwng out numbers.....?

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rebuild it! regardless of it being stick or auto, it's a gamble and hella frustrating having to pull out a defective one! Specially if you want to keep it, because you get what you pay for.

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Automatic should easily cost 1,300... around or near that. Manual on the other hand I'm not sure about, hence my last statement, about $1,700. If you know how much, feel free to tell otherwise don't make useless comments.

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Rebuild it. Never buy used in my opinion you'd be possibly buying someone else's headaches if u know what i mean. Buy professionally rebuilt(with papers), New, or rebuild your own

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a comment is usless when you post it without even knowing information on his car. we still dont know what it is.... t-56? 4l60E? in what world do you live in where a auto is cheaper to rebuild than a manual??? we also dont know what hes doing with it... v8 or v6 if a v8 does he plan on wanting more power down the line or does he already have a built engine? if you want my opinion call a transmission shop near you and simply ask and after you answer all my previous questions that he will also ask you, then youll know how much your looing at

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pulling numbers out of your ass is never going to be helpfull

Some areas of our country. it is almost not sensible to repair are replace a bad auto trans. That said when your car is 5 or 6 yrs old the cost could run upwards of + 2000. So one do all answer, is not possibe, with out a lot of questions answered.

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