how much will it cost to rebuild first gear in an 94 dodge dakota automatic tranny?

Asked by Dec 28, 2012 at 10:37 PM about the 1994 Dodge Dakota 2 Dr STD 4WD Standard Cab LB

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i found a dodge dakota for 350 and only have like 600 bucks and all it needs is first gear rebuilt in the tranny can you give me a price?

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261,635

If fisrt gear is shot in a Automatic transmission, 100% of the time, in fixing it, you will end up rebuilding the whole transmission to repair. So $1200 is the going rate at most places. Your best bet is to pass on the truck and fine another unless you can find a trans out the junkyard and install it yourself BTW, in my experience you will need to spend at least 1K min. to have a decent vehicle that is inspected and running properly.

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