Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2001 17:29:26 -0500
From: "BluMonk" <kajacksonopsamsouth.net>
Subject: Re: Cost for Transmission - '88 9000


I had my the transmission in my Saab 9000T (192000 Miles) rebuilt here in the Atlanta area for $2200. However, I am now in the process of disputing the charges with American Express because the shop I took my car to did a terrible job. I have spoken with a couple of Saab mechanics who said that purchasing a remanufactured transmission are less trouble and less labor intensive than rebuilding one. BTW, if I can' resolve this dispute through Amex, look for me on the Peoples Court -- Karlon Jackson Saab 9000T Michael Weiner <michaelweinernopsamlina.rr.com> wrote in message news:Z2Uu6.165223$__6.29037374nopsamoon.southeast.rr.com... > I gave my '88 9000 Turbo to my brother about a year ago. It has 90,000 > miles. The transmission has gone, and he was quoted by a repair shop in > Washington DC area (Rockville) $3,600 to replace it. Any thoughts on > whether this is reasonable or not? The dealer, by the way, did offer him > $500 for the car, which he said he would use for parts as it would not make > sense, he said, to spend the money to fix it up to sell. Thanks. > >

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