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Old 03-03-2005, 06:11 PM   #1
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ATX or MTX??

I always wonder, which is more reliable? ATX or MTX, especially for a focus?

My number one worries on my 2000 focus is my ATX tranny, had replace one by dealer already, really scare.... Can our ATX transmission be remanufactor? I hear from a local shop they don't know how to remanufactor it....


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