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Won't go over 30 miles an hour without terrible whining noise.

It starts out fine and then a light whing noise. It gets pretty bad when i hit about 30 miles an hour. What it feels like to me is that the car is not going into the proper gear so if i try to go above 30 it causes a terrible whining noise.

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Check your tranny fluid It sounds like to me you are have transmisson problems

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