Chevy Tracker Transmission Problem?

It is a 2004 Chevy Tracker. 2.5l V6. 155,000 miles.
Does anyone know if this is the transmission going out? I don’t really want to put much money into it, because it has some other issues. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Geoff Whitehead
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https://www.ebay.com/b/Complete-Auto-Transmissions-for-2004-Chevrolet-Tracker/171115/bn_94497316 Here’s a link that may help
Transmissions ranged from $200.00 to $300.00 if need be to replace the transmission, all the ones shown were for 4WD 2004 model Tracker

Geoff Whitehead
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it sounds worse than I thought in early stage of the video, and having done what I suggested, it sounds major, I hope not too major.

Geoff Whitehead
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I’d be inclined to drain the pan, drop it, Change the filter, and the pan Gasket, refit the pan, fill it with new oil, and run it through the gears.
that part I realize could be difficult, if you don’t have stands to get the back wheels off the ground,it’s probably best to get a mechanic to service
the transmission, and see how that goes, Mitch has pretty much hit the nail on the head though, minor problems a reasonably easy fix and not too expensive otherwise the job might cost more than the vehicle’s worth. I’d try the simpler things first Bryan, You should be able to get a pan gasket and filter kit from an auto parts store. I hope that helps, and is easily resolved, all the best, and God Bless.

Nd-mitch
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Make sure it is full of fluid and the filter screen is clean. You have to use service manual to tell you how. If that doesn’t resolve it, scrap it out for parts.

Automatic transmission issues are either cheap or very expensive, not much middle ground.

.\\itchy – eol