Transmission Noise?

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Noise emitting from a transmission is usually a sign of trouble. It may be an indicator of low transmission fluid or the imminent failure of a component. Most sounds are distinctive and can be quickly diagnosed by a mechanic. For more problematic sounds, they can be connected to a diagnostic computer which reads all the error codes produced by the transmission. Repairs can range from a fluid and filter change to a complete transmission replacement unit.
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1. Drive the vehicle, making numerous stops and accelerations. If you hear a constant whining noise, accompanied by a slip in the gears as the transmission automatically shifts, it
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Check your tranny fluid. The ticking is not the tranny.it is most likely top end ticking. Your valves need adjusted. If the tranny is empty and you fill it and it keeps slipping,
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check your transmision fluid If its not that take it back to the shop
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Don. First answer, The CB350-400-500 fours all have sealed alternators, with crankshaft seals, so no oil can pass from the crank to the alternator. The CB750 design doesn't provide
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