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Transmission is grinding

I have a 1989 honda accord, and i changed the cv shaft, but when i re assembled it, it started making a grinding noise in the transmission when i tried to put it in gear....what should i do?

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    Alex M May 11, 2010

    It is possible that the Crown and pinion and side gears are damaged.

    But your description is not very clear where the sound is coming from,,or what you are doing imediatly preceding the grinding

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Your Drive shaft is Not Seated in to Position.

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1991honda accord


the cv joints likely do not affect the transmission. a cv is bad when you can hear it clicking while making a turn. when they begin to click it is time to replace them or else you will be stranded sooner than later. as for the grinding transmission, your options are to have tran rebuilt or replaced, or park on a hill. gears and metal are grinding and tearing themselves to pieces. if repair is not an option, then do not use reverse, after all, its not where we have been, but where we are going that counts.

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