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it is driven by a drive gear on the output shaft of the transmission. you could have a bad driven gear that is the gear that is driven to create the electrical pulses to show a speed. the drive gear on some transmissions are part of the output shaft and some gears are replaceable without replacing the output shaft. in either case a part can be replaced without replacing the complete transmission.
You must have pulled the plug on the tranny, If it was red, it is an automatic, if it was thick, it is a standard. Either way, you need to fill it back up with whatever it was you dumped out. Find out what kind of tranny fluid your car takes, probably dextron, not sure, if it is a standard tranny, 90 weight gear oil. Then get back to pulling the oil plug on the engine and getting that taken care of. Hope this helps.
Sounds. Like the differential bearings or pinion bearing. Very commun problem in toyotas transmissions. I recommend you to replace or rebuild the trans. ASAP before that locked itself at high speeds and can cause u an accident
Malibu seem to be **** in the front end have a 2002 did you torque your bearings at the recommended 284 lbs? first time i changed my bearings i used an impact wrench and had a bad vibration changed it an torqued it and works now...