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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by PrimeGreen Lawn, Jun 24, 2001.
Do the poll to find out who has the problems.
I'm not sure this poll can be accurate because you can only submit one vote. So say I had problems with a Dodge and Ford, and I vote for both of them, the poll will only accept one vote.
I tried it by voting for two of the trucks, and it only registered one of them. I then edited out my vote, so the results are now back to zero.
Also will not be accurate because more guys (and Jodi) may have fords than dodges therefore it may look like there are more ford tranny repairs than Dodge.... which....as a dodge owner.......I can even admit would be rediculous (although I haven't had any problems.....know on wood).
An owner of a tranny shop here says that Ford and
Dodge is keeping him in business. Guess the Chevy
is most reliable to him. But, I have done searches
on truck-talk websites and found a few Chevy owners
who lost their tranny's at 30,000 miles! Maybe we
just need to take it easier and keep the fluids
changed each year. (and for heaven sakes-get a