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Hmmm, probably should have grabbed that transmission and put it aside for future use, was probably one of the last ones they had. Doesn't bode well for keeping these cars going long-term. Almost nobody else seems to know anything about these automatic transmissions. In the U.S. as far as I know they were only used in the Saab 9000 and the Eagle Premier, both being low-volume cars from 20-30 years ago.
Ericksson is not keeping transmissions in stock, but I wonder if they're still able to rebuild them on an individual basis?
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