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Noise is like cards in the spokes of a bike tire

My caravan has been making a noise like cards in the spokes of a bike tire for a little while. Usually it is quiet in park but makes the noise most other times. Now my OBD light just came on and I'm wondering what the problem is.

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Depends on what year and engine you have. But if the noise is only occurring when the vehicle is in drive, or reverse, then I would consider asking a local transmission specialist take a look at it.

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