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Old 02-28-2015, 09:57 AM   #21
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Default Re: Transmission Question

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Originally Posted by Tom Wesenberg View Post
Is it quiet in third? Did you check the shaft and bearing between the input and output shafts? Mine had a couple bad rollers on that bearing when I bought the car, and that little bearing made the car sound like a broken down threshing machine in first and second. That bearing is out of play in third, so if it's perfectly quiet in third, you might need to check that bearing, and the end of the shaft it rides on.
Tom may very well have the source of the noise pinned down. Mine did the same in 1st and 2nd and was quiet in 3rd. When I pulled it apart that bearing was toast. Replaced it and the shaft and all is quiet now. I would suggest replacing all of the bearings if you tear it down.
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