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Whine noise during shift when transmission cold

Whine noise a somewhat slow shift until transmission warms up, all gears including reverse. After that, shifts and runs like a new one.

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SOURCE: 1997 Suburban 4x4 5.7L Transmission whines until it shifts

You rear planetary set is worn from a restricted cooler.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: gear shift won't move out of park sometimes

look for transmission shift interlock solenoid fuse.or a bad brake switch will cause transmission not to come out of park.

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SOURCE: Engine speed hunts on idle. Auto trans slow shift.

The fast idle valve is inside the throttle body. Sometimes it backs out and needs turned back in (it's threaded). This will cause the loping idle.

Get transmission filter changed with new fluid. Honda does not recommend transmission flushing.

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SOURCE: 2000 Jeep Cherokee Gear Grinding & 4WD Whine sound

Give a try by change your transmission/filters and Transfer case oil.

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SOURCE: Transmission makes whining noise in park and

Your transmission is the most popular you have a 4L60E,or a 4L80E just giving you the identification so you can price a reubuild or remanufactured, no reverse, noise ? you have a internal transmission failure,mechanical

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2.1st and 3rd only, no 2,4 or R; sunshell is fractured or splines are sheared off. R&R. Try not to run or drive the car or further damage could result.
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