I have a 2002 95 Saab that has an automatic transmission ISSUE.
When I go from reverse to drive (after stopping) the car sits for a second and then it extremely LERCHES into drive.
I only have 96,000 miles on this car.
Last year the turbo blew-out and I had to have that replaced.
The Saab shop I now go to said that there is nothing to do for the transmission, just WAIT until the transmission stops working and then just replace it.
- Is this true, just wait until it stops, or is there a ‘repair’ now that will be “cheaper”??
- Is there anything with replacing the turbo that could have cause the transmission to go?
- Is the car worth having the transmission replaced?