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My 2002 ford e-150 started making a grinding noise

The other day while driving from 0 to 12-14 mph the noise would stop after i got into seconed gear we put transmission fluid in cause it was a little low but then the noise got louder and started having problems getting into second gear it would stop moving and the rpms would go up and then it would finally go into second we then put gear oil into the rear trans axle but the noise was still their and now it wont even go out of first gear just makes grinding noises then it will jerk and stop then it will go agian.

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  • repulsivefro
    repulsivefro Jan 10, 2013

    before the noise started the only thing that was going on with the van was it would shake when you got to about 45-50 mph and when you slowed down from a high speed

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