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My transmission control is dead.Had it checked out for conformation it's dead.The fix is to have it rebuilt. There are lots of rebuilders available on the web.The prices range from $3000.00 to $500.00. the low end applies if you have a basic program in your unit.The price goes up with modifications but the process is basically the same. I am going to try Defeo Mfg because it sounds like they know what they are doing And are medium priced.If it goes bad I'll post some negative thoughts.
 
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hmm ??I am trying to figure our what Barth you actually have?? hmm
In your profile, I think you have posted your Vehicle Serial number and not your Data Tag information. Try posting picture of your data tag by sending it to:

barth_upload.61972@uploads.photobucket.com

Put the word test in the subject of the email
Hopefully we get more precise information from you and our members can help you better.

Thanks

Kevin
 
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