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Tranny in 1991 riviera

Tranny is fine until it gets warm,then there is nothing.Does make nose like power steering pump is going,but ends up it is coming from tranny.Let it sit,and it will shift fine,until it gets hot...then nothing

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    Has the transmission been serviced ? If so how long has it been ?

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Sounds like a transmission front pump whine. Unfortunately the only solution is transmission removal. History tells me, it most likely will require a complete overhaul.

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