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Old 06-09-2012, 11:37 AM
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Any Recommended Transmission Shops in Phoenix?

Hi Folks,

Anyone know of a good transmission shop in North Phoenix? Frank's Transmissions is one I've got so far, just wondering if anyone has any other suggestions. Here's my problem: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...-problems.html

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you don't need a trans shop, it sounds like you have an electrical problem
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you don't need a trans shop, it sounds like you have an electrical problem
Hi,

Where would I take it to be diagnosed if not a tranny shop? Even if it is electrical, it's still the transmission, so I would think a good tranny shop would be able to tell me that?
Never had to have any type of tranny fixed before, first time unfortunately.

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