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NOISE IN TRANSMISSION JAGUARD X-TYPE 2004 35 000 MI

BETWEEN 28 AND 32 MP/H ONLY A CONSTANT SPEED OR DECELERATION I HAVE HI PITCH SOUND IN TRANSMISSION. I HAVE THE SAME SOUND A 1-2-3 SPEED OR ON NEUTRAL ON DECELERATION. CAN YOU HELP ME. PIERRE MARC . THANK YOU.

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  • somvlad Apr 30, 2009

    2002 X-type 3.0

    Noise is coming from transmission at low speeds,

    noise dissapering after 2100 RPMs

    usually it progresses on 1st, 2nd and 3rd gears



    had tranny rebuilt, but did not replace torque convertor, may be problem is there

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Best advice.....take it to AAMCO....they do a check on the transmission system for FREE. They will let you know probable cause of your problem.

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