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Old 12-15-2015, 11:22 PM   #11
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Old 12-15-2015, 11:32 PM   #12
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Price a warranted factory reman over a rebuild.
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Old 12-16-2015, 06:38 PM   #13
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located in the Milton area
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Old 12-16-2015, 08:08 PM   #14
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George's transmission, in Milton. Honest reasonable, he built a tranny for me still purring. I sent a customer to him, he was ready to pay for a rebuild, George told him He just needed a filter and flush, he turned down a 2400 job. But gained a customer and earned mine and his respect

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Old 12-16-2015, 09:27 PM   #15
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Don't go to Andrews transmission. I was quoted $1400 one day, then the next day the other owner (co-owned) told me my bill was $2100 (no new parts).
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Old 12-17-2015, 01:24 AM   #16
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My sister inlaw had an altima, It seems the ""valve body"" in the transmissions let go.. You can replace just that and flush the system but I think its 1500 bucks alone for the part...
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My sister inlaw had an altima, It seems the ""valve body"" in the transmissions let go.. You can replace just that and flush the system but I think its 1500 bucks alone for the part...
Theres a million things that could cause it to go wrong. Valve body is big component that controls alot of things. It's not 1500 for the part. I bought a remanned one for about $100.

You'd be taking a WILD guess simply throwing a new valve body on an flushing. The new fluid cost about $80...and if it doesn't fix the problem, then you're fluid is going to be likely ruined from the metal shavings from the original problem that wasn't fixed. So you just wasted $100-$300 for the valve body AND $80-$100 on fluid.
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Old 12-17-2015, 04:44 AM   #18
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I find it hard to believe that a 2005 Nissan actually needs a transmission overhaul. It should last 200K plus miles with ease.
Usually, its a bad sensor or solenoid in the valve body causing the problems, the transmission is told to shift via a signal from the computer instead of line pressure or a governor like the old school stuff was.

Take it to a reputable shop and have them hook a diagnostic scanner to it. The transmission has a self diagnostic program just like the engine does. I doubt it needs hard parts like a converter or clutches unless it has a ton of miles or had the shit ran out of it.
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Theres a million things that could cause it to go wrong. Valve body is big component that controls alot of things. It's not 1500 for the part. I bought a remanned one for about $100.

You'd be taking a WILD guess simply throwing a new valve body on an flushing. The new fluid cost about $80...and if it doesn't fix the problem, then you're fluid is going to be likely ruined from the metal shavings from the original problem that wasn't fixed. So you just wasted $100-$300 for the valve body AND $80-$100 on fluid.
Where in my post, did I say.. Go and replace the valve body only? I was just stating that it seems to be a weak link in these transmissions... taking the Valve body out is not a simple thing to do..
BTW, I used the transmission shop years ago off 9mile road for my chevy 1500. The one that use to sit by the railroad tracks and down the same alley way as 9-mile machine shop... I was not happy at all, they ended up having to pull it back out a week later. Due to it not wanting to shift properly, it started right after I left the shop.. But he said he could'nt work on it again fro a week.. I never liked that transmission every since he rebuilt it.
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My sister inlaw had an altima, It seems the ""valve body"" in the transmissions let go.. You can replace just that and flush the system but I think its 1500 bucks alone for the part...
Ummm....are you retarded?

You said it right there ya dumbass.
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