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I took my '97 camry, that has 138,000 miles, into a transmission shop. He took a look and said it could not be rebuilt and had to be replaced. He also said an axle was bad. After he finaly got the transmission and axle to put together he then said my detent cable was also bad and needed to be replaced which will be another couple of days to get the part. Is it true that he would not be able to tell if the detent cable was bad until he tried to put everything back together and if so would it leak if the old one was put back in. He said it was stretched and would make my transmission leak. I haven't heard anything good about this shop since I took my car there and I'm just wondering if he is telling me the truth. I wish I would have known before I took my car there. I've also been told after the fact that he is way over priced.