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Any good and inexpensive transmission shops? - August 7, 2013, 04:00 PM

Hey folks,

I need to get the ball rolling on fixing my Jeep. Does anyone know of any good transmission shops or independent places or garage mechanics around here that won't charge me an arm and a leg? I believe it is the pump (what I've been told from the symptoms). The transmission is off the car, so the job will be easier. I can give more details if needed. It is a 2000 Jeep Cherokee, AW4 trans.

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I heard Joe does tranny work
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Not sure how they are on Transmission work or how far they are from you, but I took my truck to Bill's Auto in Manassas Park a couple times, they never let me down, and their prices were good.
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Hahahahahaha damn you! I had a feeling it was coming

Ok cool, I'll look them up. Like I said it should be easy work since the trans is out of the car already.


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Shotty work is everywhere, why u think this thread asking for a good mechanic was posted? Stop posting brah. You look silly.


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I know a good former nissan master tech (used to work on GTRs) that does sidework out of his garage in South Riding. Great guy, works on my Wrangler all the time. He's just moving onto other things in life.

Did well enough as a mechanic to amass (and pay off) about $70,000 in snap on tools, and he has matco, craftsman professional and a few others as well. PM me if you're interested.


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