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WHAT CAUSES THUG SOUND WHEN TRANSMISSION SHIFTED IN 1986 300E MERCEDES?

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Worn ujoint?? worn pinon gear in rear end? idle set to high,or trans itself. does it klunk from 1st to reverse or all shifts...all shifts i'd guess transmission..

Posted on Nov 29, 2012

  • REY ALCLADE Nov 29, 2012

    Yes. The sound is prominent notwithstanding when I shifted to reverse. This noise is even an annoying sound with my 1983 MBenz 380SEC. I have been burned by repair shops in thousand of dollars in giving me various reasons for the thug sound.

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This is never a good story. Look hard for used ones as a good used unit aught to be fine. Don't know that you have already done to get the problem fixed but the standard ideas like the fluild level and is it leaking wholesale need to be looked at and maybe with these idemds looked at you find it'll work again. once smoking theirs not much that does need a strong repair. I hope I helped you.

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I have a F250 lariat with a 460 - truck stalls when I put it in gear - even after it runs for 20 min. Sometimes it will stall while I'm driving. I had carborator replaced last year. Hope you can help.


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Vacuum leaks cause an engine to run lean witch can cause the vehicle to stall when put into gear.

Improper base idle adjustment can cause the vehicle to stall when shifted into drive or reverse

A malfunctioning or damaged carburetor can cause the vehicle to stall when shifted into drive or reverse

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