transmission leak on 1996 Plymouth Voyager

needs reconditioning

by in Simi Valley, CA on March 30, 2011
1 answer
ANSWER by on April 14, 2011
A Remanufactured Transaxle is probably cheaper than reconditioning your existing one and will carry a better warranty if purchased from a reputable source. .
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