Question about 1993 Nissan Sentra 4 Door
This is noise caused by gear roll over, in modern manual transmissions a very thin lube is used, in most it is just regular ATF not the must thicker gear oil so this roll over noise is made worse. This noise is to some irritating others don't seem to notice. This noise doesn't affect operation of the manual transmission at all and even if you replaced all the bearings and gears in the transmission it would soon return as things wear in and loosen up. If you switch to a light gear oil it will make the gear roll over noise quite down but the transmission will be hard to shift cold.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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