I would say, if there is nothing else wrong with your Axiom and you what to keep it for a long time you'd be better off replacing the whole transmission. If you just replacing one or a few components inside a transmission, it opens the door for more problems to occur (by whom ever is servicing the vehicle or longevity of the transmission). By replacing some of the transmission parts, you have some new parts and everything else inside the transmission has 100k miles on it.
If you don't plan on keeping your vehicle do the most cost effective repair and get another vehicle.
If you decide to replace the transmission. Have it diagnosed at reputable transmission shop. Do your homework and shop around. Research some shops online and check out they're reviews by customers.
Again, I hope this answered you question, TY
Wednesday, September 4th, 2013 AT 9:26 PM