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Old 01-15-2013, 07:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey VMF who has the DVD for C4 . I can borrow .. NO job here in FL have time to work on it .. need DVD help please use hughnews1@aol.com
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Hey VMF who has the DVD for C4 . I can borrow .. NO job here in FL have time to work on it .. need DVD help please use hughnews1@aol.com
You CAN'T be serious?
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You are going to rebuild a transmission but can't spring for a $30 dvd...?
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nope I found a trans guy to rebuilt - $150 now need for DVD
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nope I found a trans guy to rebuilt - $150 now need for DVD
Good luck, its got to be tough without a job.
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Good luck, its got to be tough without a job.
I have empathy for folks who got hammered by this economy. But hey! If I lost my job, THE MUSTANG GOES BYE-BYE! So does DirecTV, Cell Phones, and the 2007 Tahoe. I get a "beater" and change so that my new McDonald's paycheck covers it all.

I DO NOT get on here and try to mooch off of folks.
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$150 for trans rebuild That is not a rebuild, it's replacement of a couple of seals - period.

Parts for a decent rebuild cost more than that, and that assumes nothing is broken or worn in the tranny. I fell victim to a cheap rebuild 25 years ago and have since torn the unit apart myself to see that the easy to install new seals were replaced and worn parts put back in. Also, no consideration of tolerances for end play or clutch plates were considered. Just goes to show how forgiving a C4 can be, but...

Badshoe is a small garage business, don't screw around with him, buy the DVD.
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I have empathy for folks who got hammered by this economy. But hey! If I lost my job, THE MUSTANG GOES BYE-BYE! So does DirecTV, Cell Phones, and the 2007 Tahoe. I get a "beater" and change so that my new McDonald's paycheck covers it all.

I DO NOT get on here and try to mooch off of folks.
Somewhat agree, but what if his Mustang IS his beater.....

And $150 to get your tranny rebuilt reminds me of the Fram commercials. You can pay me now or pay me later...
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$150 for trans rebuild That is not a rebuild, it's replacement of a couple of seals - period.

Parts for a decent rebuild cost more than that, and that assumes nothing is broken or worn in the tranny. I fell victim to a cheap rebuild 25 years ago and have since torn the unit apart myself to see that the easy to install new seals were replaced and worn parts put back in. Also, no consideration of tolerances for end play or clutch plates were considered. Just goes to show how forgiving a c4 can be, but...

Badshoe is a small garage business, don't screw around with him, buy the dvd.
bad shoe is the dvd
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nope I found a trans guy to rebuilt - $150 now need for DVD
Sounds like a band tweaking only

Waaaaaay cheap Hugh,.....scary cheap
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Yeah, I'm looking to have a T5 replaced and the parts alone are more than $150. I imagine that he will clean it up real well, put a new pan gasket and filter on, maybe replace the output seal.
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You will also need the seal protector kit to do this. That alone runs a little over a hundred by its self. Good luck with your project. A minimum rebuild on an aod is at least $350-400. You would be better off to find a small shop that will let you make payments on this to get it done right.
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