Car ForumHelp looking for a trannyPosted:

  • Ninja
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I made a post a while back about getting my first car and since then I've made a few changes. I purchased a 2003 Mazda Protege Turbocharged (2.0L 4-Cyl) for $1300. I blew the clutch and transmission back in September, now all I'm looking for is a transmission that'll fit. Can't seem to find many parts for this car cuz I'm the US the factory turbo is quite hard to find. I dropped $680 replacing the clutch and a warped wheel bearing, just wondering if anyone knows of a place I can get a cheap tranny from. Preferably under $500.


Ya boy Lug
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  • Gold Gifter
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craigslist,ebay, fb market place
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Yea boy did I read that wrong.. or right? Idk yea same HMU tho
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I thought this was something completely different lmaoo
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Here in ny I have a tranny for ya
My family owns a used auto parts shop you pull your own parts
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Backpage, loads of trannys on there
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You should Probs change that title mate
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Petite wroteYea boy did I read that wrong.. or right? Idk yea same HMU tho

Was thinking the exact same thing
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check around at local junkyards for wrecked cars that match up, that's the cheap way we used to always get car parts when needed.
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