An auto mechanic’s mechanical transmission was fixed with a simple repair to the transmission that allowed him to drive his car without a problem.
The mechanic said he was not aware of any other mechanics who had the repair, but he said he is now confident that his mechanic is a good mechanic.
He said he would like to have a mechanic in his garage, but his mechanic said his mechanic would not let him.
The issue of transmission problems is one that affects thousands of mechanics nationwide, according to a new study released Wednesday by the National Automobile Dealers Association.
The study also found that transmission problems cost the economy $6.5 billion in lost sales, as many dealerships shut down their businesses due to a shortage of parts.
The report also found the problem has not been fixed in the last few years.
According to the report, between 2003 and 2015, transmission problems were estimated to cost the auto industry $1.5 trillion in lost business, according the report.
The National Automotive Dealers association says it’s committed to finding solutions for transmission issues.
It said it will provide more information on its progress to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Thursday.