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Noise in the gear box after changeing the oil

I have ford excursion 2000 model it’s work perfect, When I changed the gear oil a noise come out from the gear box when I put it in P or N position the noise is like “Zeeee”, when it is in D or R the noise disappear and it will appear again when the speed reach above 80 Km/h, I discover that the oil which I used is for the model below 2000, changed by the right oil but the noise still exist

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  • Mohamed Ahmed Feb 22, 2009

    I run the car with the wrong oil for approximately 5000 Km

    Also please note that some times the noise disappear even if the speed reached 80 Km/h or above

  • gumb91 May 11, 2010

    how long did you run it on the wrong oil?

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Sounds like the drive plate on the back of the torque converter

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