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Mechanic detected transmission code700 & 740 failed.charging $1850.is this o.k
1999 Honda Accord

Mechanic detected transmission code700 & 740 failed.Charging $1850.Is this O.k

(1999 Honda Accord)
What else major failure can happen after fixing this problem
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on October 06, 2014
Pick one , did you mean he is charging you $1850 to replace the transmission ? its not clear as for what else could happen its a honda the sky is the limit timing belt /water pump/head gasket/fuel pump/sensors = there a load of them /relays/vetec and or associated components/ cat converter/ABS system / axels/EGR valve , when you think of all of the systems on modern cars its cheaper to run a pre 1971 vehicle as they dont have all of the green emission crap and are lot eaiser and cheaper to repair !
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on October 06, 2014
Pick one , did you mean he is charging you $1850 to replace the transmission ? its not clear as for what else could happen its a honda the sky is the limit timing belt /water pump/head gasket/fuel pump/sensors = there a load of them /relays/vetec and or associated components/ cat converter/ABS system / axels/EGR valve , when you think of all of the systems on modern cars its cheaper to run a pre 1971 vehicle as they dont have all of the green emission crap and are lot eaiser and cheaper to repair !
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