Q: rear trans seal, '99, easy?

Discussion in 'Drivetrain Tech' started by 1martyt, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. 1martyt

    1martyt New Member

    Have slight leak on '99, V6, 3.0. Easy to change out? What should I expect to pay good shop?
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  3. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    It all depends on the shop and their rates
  4. Likewise.... Pep boys up my way charges $88 an hour, while Kost charges $111 an hour. The private garages I go, usually charge what it's worth, not by the hour; and the other charges I believe $40. But they're so damn busy all the time that it's hard to get an appt. I personally have never done one, but I heard they're a bit of a pain. (But that's from halfass/weekend mechanics called friends lol) Good luck to ya!
  5. Brinker88

    Brinker88 Black sheep o' the family

    If it's the tailshaft on a 2wd. you can do it yourself. Very easy job
  6. BisketFx4

    BisketFx4 New Member

    X2 I've changed them on other trucks. It shouldn't be that hard on a ranger

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