I have a 1995 Ford Mustang GT with a bad transmission. Do you think it would be worth to replace the transmission??

Asked by Dec 13, 2012 at 10:36 AM about the 1995 Ford Mustang GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

1995 Ford Mustang GT
165k miles
2 owners
Anderson, SC
Paint Marine Green
Leather Seats
Transmission needs replacing
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Are you going to hang onto it for a couple years? If so, then I'd say it would be fine to rebuild the transmission. It would be cheaper to rebuild vs replace. Find a local transmission shop with a good reputation to do the work. You would be hard pressed to sell the car without a work transmission, at least for any value.

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it has a lot of miles, if there is anything else that is in dire need of replacing on the car besides the transmission you will have to determine the price of repairs versus the price of replacing the car, with the miles it will not be worth as much running or not, but it still may be more cost effeicient to repair rthan to replace, as tom said above , fing a reputable transmission shop, or maybe even a dealer, good luck

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IF THEY ARE STILL IN BUSINESS, TRY AAMCO. THEY ARE REPUTABLE

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what condition is it in, interior and motor, has it been regularly serviced? if we can agree on some things you have this thing sold ^ -Dyllon

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