Stealth auto trans

Asked by Dec 14, 2010 at 08:31 PM about the 1991 Dodge Stealth 2 Dr ES Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Got a 91 stealth es, has reverse but no forward gears, changed tranny fluid, wont move, what other transmissions will work in this or how can we fix the tranny we have?

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I don't recall which trans is in the '91 Stealth, but generally a rebuild by a reputable transmission shop could run close to $1000. I think your best bet would be to call around to some wrecking yards and get a used trans from another vehicle, the wrecking yards also have "interchange" manuals which tell you what other vehicles use the same tranny. You can probably get a used unit from a wrecker for maybe $400 and either put it in yourself if you have the knowledge and equipment, or get a garage to do it (it's not a big job for them) total probably around $500, 1/2 a rebuild. Most wreckers also give a short (30 to 90 day) warranty on used items they sell.

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