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  • avatar tony78 11/18/08 2:21 pm PST

    Your question has interesting information in it.

    It sounds like you are saying that you bought the safari in 2004 from somebody and it had 54 k on the clock, so you drove it for the next 4 years and now it has 100k plus miles on it.


    Ok, did you get tranny serviced anytime between the 54k to the 100k ?

    Unable to determine from information provided under what conditions vehicle was operated.

    Information not provide as to type,,model and duty cycle of previous chevy / gmc models for adequate comparison.

    Possibility exists that trannsmission was not serviced often enough and has suffered premature failure.

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  • tony78 11/18/08 2:21 pm PST

    Your question has interesting information in it.

    It sounds like you are saying that you bought the safari in 2004 from somebody and it had 54 k on the clock, so you drove it for the next 4 years and now it has 100k plus miles on it.


    Ok, did you get tranny serviced anytime between the 54k to the 100k ?

    Unable to determine from information provided under what conditions vehicle was operated.

    Information not provide as to type,,model and duty cycle of previous chevy / gmc models for adequate comparison.

    Possibility exists that trannsmission was not serviced often enough and has suffered premature failure.

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