Question about 1999 GMC Suburban
In June I took my truck to get the tranny fixed because it would shake when I would take off and it didn't want to go backwards without alot of loud noise. The shop I went to rebuilt the tranny, little things just didn't seam right like rolling down the driveway backwards it would whine and sometimes when I would start the truck it would make a loud bang and shake but it would start everytime. I haven't driven it much untill the last 2 weeks when I put my other burb up for the winter. Now I'm driving this one and yesterday it started making a loud knocking noise in the front of the bell housing, so today I take it to the shop and they say that its the flywheel. Do you think that it is something that just went bad in the last 700 miles that I put on or it was something that they did when they rebuilt my tranny.
Thank you for any help!!
Possible that it was damaged before and was over looked, or the transmission was not installed flush against the back of the engine block before the torque converter bolts were attached to the flexplate causing an abnormal wear and excessive stress causing it to break.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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