What could cause a transmission to emit noise?

Answer

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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Most likely a cracked flex plate making the torque converter nock or the torque converter is bad.
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check your transmision fluid If its not that take it back to the shop
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The reason why your vehicle is making a knocking noise is probably because your valves need adjusting. hope it can help you and if you need a diagnostic tool you can click here: chinasinoy.com
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