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Noise in the gear box

Noise coming from the gear box when gear handle is in neutral (P ) position, and also when it is in ahead (A ) and back (R ) position .
It has happened after stopping on the trafic light.
from that place to my home i passed abt. 15 km.

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Sounds like you need to overhaul youre gear box.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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