I cant figure out what this noise is i accelerate to 40 mph then let off the gas and around 35 mph it happens for a couple seconds only happens when the car is in gear sounds like it could be front diff or input shaft bearing i could use some help!!!!!
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Subaru Differential Fluid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vT_UG36HdhQ
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first off, the car is a 08 civic si. I was running a CC stage 4 because it
was turbo but after blowing up my trans
a few times, I decided to call it quits and put it back to stock. Last time
it blew up, second gear on the mainshaft went so I replaced the whole
mainshaft. after I rebuilt the trans, I put the stock clutch back in. One
thing I forgot to do was remove the washer I put under the clutch fork
pivot ball to compensate for the slightly lower profile of the CC stage 4
pressure plate. I didn't realize this until after I installed the trans
Anyway, here are the symptoms of my problem. When the clutch is out in
neutral, it makes a pretty loud noise.. also, the rotors turn (the car is
on jackstands with the wheels off). All the gears seem to engage fine but i
diden't drive it yet.. and don't know if i want to with it making this
noise. I'll see if i can get a video for you guys.. but what do you think
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GM 4L60-E Transmission Re-Assembly (Rebuild) - Transmission Repair
On this video we go through the re assembly of a 4L60E Transmission. I
tried to make this video shorter for you so I skipped the bushing
installation and installing the bolts on the valve body. But you can go to
the teardown video for reference on where each bolt goes, since they're
different sizes. I will make a follow up video on bushing installation.
2007 Chevrolet Silverado Clunk Noise Fix
I have had this Silverado for about a year and it has always had a clunking
noise when shifting from neutral to drive, when starting from a stop, when
shifting from 1st to 2nd, and when hitting bumps in the road. I took it to
the dealer where they diagnosed and charged me $200 to "Lube and Service
Splines" on the input shaft. I also replaced the universal joints in the
drive shaft. These fixes did nothing to change the sound. I just drove the
truck extremely mild to minimize the embarrassing noise coming from this
nice truck. There are some other noises on forums I've read that are more
than likely transmission, spline, or rear end issues. I just wanted to post
this because it was definitely my problem and at least it could be
something to check.
Transmission whining/grinding noise on a 97 740iL
UPDATE: Resolved the issue in June by performing a transmission fluid
change, replacing the Febi filter the shop installed with a Genuine BMW
Filtran filter. No noises at all in the last two months.
Whining noise my 740iL makes when accelerating with a cold engine.
Honda Transmission Rebuild Video - Transmission Repair
Honda Transmission Rebuild Video - Transmission Repair
On this video we see what it takes to Rebuild a Honda Transmission, what
parts it takes and what has been working to correct some of the common
failures on these transmissions.
Blue Overheated Torque Converters has been a common issue on these
Transmissions for a long time and we still see this regularly to this day.
Although there are various shift correction kits and special valves out
there, all work really good on correcting the issue with the lack of
converter feed fluid. I like them all. So if a deciding factor is important
to you on which method to use, all I can say is this, They all work.
Keep in mind that there are "other" fixes or items that can be added to the
rebuild, but it is not really necessary if they're not really needed, I'm
not mentioning any but I know some of you will.
With that being said I like to thank you for watching this video and liking
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Honda Civic Transmission, BMXA, Teardown Inspection
Honda BMXA Transmission.
This is a transmission of a Honda civic BMXA. Here we see the most common
issues I see with these units. The most common being a restricted filter.
Had some camera issues, hope you don't mind. A clip came out black and
Common Noises Your Transmission Might Make
Dallas discusses some common noise that you may hear from your transmission
and what you should about it.
"Hello again. Dallas Council back from AAMCO Transmissions of Venice and
today, I want to talk to you about some common symptoms and sounds that you
may hear if you are experiencing a transmission failure. So with that,
let's go and get started.
If you start your car, put it in gear and it goes, "Graaaaaaaaa-kk!" that
may be a transmission problem. If you start your car and it goes,
"Wizzzzzzz-zzzzz," that also may be a transmission problem. If when you put
your car in gear and give it gas, it goes, Vrooooooooom-Clunk that could
also mean that you are having a transmission problem. If when you
accelerate, your car goes Vvvvvvvoooooooo and doesn't move very fast, you
may be experiencing a transmission problem. If when your car is shifting
gears, it goes thddddddth, thddddddth you may be experiencing a
transmission problem. If you're driving on the highway and you hear,
"Whooooooo, whoo, whoooo," you are probably about to get a speeding ticket.
The point of this video was to explain a few symptoms that you may
experience if your transmission is failing but more to get the point across
that transmissions fail in a variety of ways. There is no set of symptoms
that you may experience. Sometimes, you may be experiencing a symptom or
noise that you are certain is the transmission and indeed it's really not
And sometimes you may be experiencing a symptom that you are certain is not
the transmission and it may be a transmission failure. With today's
transmissions, they're all electronically controlled. They are very hard
and can be very tricky to diagnose. Some problems may be minor and not very
expensive at all and some problems may be major and be very, very
The best thing to do in any case is to get your car to a specialist or a
certified mechanic that will diagnose the car for you accurately because
again, there is no common set of circumstances that make one failure major
as opposed to one being minor. That can only be determined in real time by
a real diagnosis.
So again the point of this video was to really have a good time and make
you laugh but also get the point across that transmissions fail in a
variety of different ways. The most important thing is getting it diagnosed
by a trained professional that will save you the most money and get you the
best quality repair.
So again, this is Dallas Council from AAMCO Transmissions of Venice. Hope
you enjoyed and have a great day."
Weird Drivetrain Noise - Subaru Legacy
When decelerating in 3rd and 4th gears the car makes a strange
squeaking/whining noise. As soon as I disengage the clutch the noise
Also clunks when accelerating (as you can hear near the end of the vid),
and makes a whirring noise shifting down to 2nd gear.
2005 Mustang GT. This noise
comes from the rear end and is only heard on deceleration or letting off
the gas. When giving gas the noise goes away completely. The noise occurs
about once per wheel revolution. The problem that caused the noise happened
when shifting into 4th gear hard under strong acceleration. It sounded like
a shotgun went off in the rear end. There has been no drive-ability issues
related to the noise that I can tell. It's just really annoying.
Fixing A Transmission That Slips And Clunks
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 46 years, shows how you can fix your
own automatic transmission. If it's slipping or clunking, check out this
video. And, If you like my car help, be sure to watch my live car talk
show every Saturday morning at 10 AM CST on YouTube. I answer your car
questions LIVE there. Just check it out at
eature=c4-overview . And remember, every TUESDAY I upload a new video, so
don't miss them.
4L60E Transmission Teardown Inspection - Transmission Repair
On this video we can see the disassembly of a 2006 4L60E transmission. The
most common failure on these units is 3rd. clutch burn up, the reaction sun
shell and the 2-4 band. Failure on these transmissions is not necessary the
way it is treated, rather is these common or pattern failures. Valve body
ware is also another issue and can be corrected installing a correction kit
of your choice.
AT Transmission Problem, SOLVED!
REASON - BROKEN THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR
SO SIMPLE SOLUTION
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Video from my Subaru Legacy -90 2.2L. Automatic box shifs all the time on
100km/h speed on flat/straight road. After 30 seconds and after 52 and
after one minute comes the best gear changes on the video. When
accelerating on that speed, box only then locks the fourth gear properly.
So question is, Why? No abnormal sounds are heard. Is anyone had same
problem, car maker does really matter. I Guess it could be electrical. Oil
is changed a month ago, helped nothing. Any help could be good to hear.