Whining Noise Transmission?

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A whining noise coming from the transmission may be caused by a number of things. Start by checking the transmission fluid. If the fluid appears low then add fluid that is appropriate for your vehicle type. If the transmission fluid seems discolored, have the transmission flushed and new fluid added. It is possible that the transmission filter is clogged as well. There may be other issues as well. If unsure of how to approach the problem, take the vehicle to an reputable mechanic for assessment.
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