can u buy an 07 ss supercharged and put an auto transmission on??

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Asked by Oct 14, 2007 at 09:35 PM about the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt 2 Dr SS Supercharged Coupe

Question type: Car Customization

and if you can do that is it still factory warrantied??/

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No and No. Unless you would have the dealership put the transmission in, if possible, and if so, you would have the warranty on the part itself, which is typically less than the factory powertrain -- for Mopar, for example, it was 12mo/12,000 miles for factory parts.

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It's probably possible, I really don't know. I just want to say why the hell would you want to do that??? Real men drive standard

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okay so.. as a female i have to say... BOY THAT IS PATHETIC. why on gods green earth would you want a supercharged cobalt with an automatic transmission!??! ARE YOU CRAZY!!! can you not drive a stick shift sweetheart?!?! bc I will certainly teach you if need be. come on now... i have been driving stick for 5 years now... and never would i EVER get an automatic supercharged cobalt.

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How much money do you have? It would be a very custom job and a very costly one too! In other words.....No, don't even bother looking into it. Far too much money and time to do this project. I don't think your ecu will support it either.

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you need a auto tranny for your 07 ss and as far as i now you can just got to remove the clutch pedal and anythingelse to do with the clutch and i should or should i say it will bolt in

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no disrespect but wow someone of the other perswasion that knows what there talking about you go girl

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yes you can, it would be alot of money. are you planing to braket race with it cuz thats the only reason that i can think of that you would do that

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why dont you just man up and learn how to drive standard you pussy.

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honeslu man... it would be suck a wast of money... buying something superchagherd then chagheing the tranny... i mean if u really really dont like sitck.. or u hav aids and no hand-eye cord.. i guess u could that tha but its such a waste man honesly

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