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Old 26th July 2007
ezwinner701 ezwinner701 is offline
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Default Tranny being replaced.

My 06 tranny has very rough shifting issues and they are replacing it. my question is do they replace it with a brand new one or a refurbished one?

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Old 26th July 2007
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Usually rebuilt.
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Old 26th July 2007
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The Dealer can answer that better than we...With an 06 I would specifiy a New Trans....you didn't buy a refurbished Car...
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What symptoms were you experiencing? I assume you are talking about an Auto .. true?
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It seems usually these days all makers use remanufactured components.

Considering our engines are built in Germany and Australia along with the trannys in Japan it's unlikely they have them "laying around" or in-stock at a warehouse.

I'm guessing you have an auto? Give us more info please
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