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Tranny Squeal?

Discussion in '2nd Generation' started by Twisted99, May 22, 2006.

  1. Twisted99

    Twisted99 New Member Established Member

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    I have been having this loud squealing emanating from between the rear of the oil pan and the conveter housing. Truck runs fine. More noticable at idle. Anyone have any such noise or related symtom? AT cruising speed I can't really hear it. I keep thinking something is rubbing ...but not sure if it could be and input/output shaft bearing..I change the tranny fluid and filter often and have no extrordinary amounts of metal on the magnet. The noise is coming from just behind the starter and inward abit. Listening thru a piece of rubber hose ..the starter does not seem to be the origin...No oil or fluid leaks out of the tranny converter housing inspection hole....guess I'll end up dropping the tranny and looking for something....
    any ideas..thoughts....thanks
     
  2. bluepacecar

    bluepacecar AKA CHRIS Established Member

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    i have the same exact sound coming from the same area. did you ever find out what the noise was....
     
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    bluepacecar AKA CHRIS Established Member

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  5. nastynivek

    nastynivek Nov. 10, 1775 Established Member

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    LOL. How'd you find this thread?

    Take it to a transmission shop, maybe they can shed some light as to the source of your squeal. Good luck.
     

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