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Grinding gearbox iv got a 1995 ford probe 2.5 v6 manual. a few days ago i started to notice a grinding and whining noise coming from the gearbox when in 1st, 2nd and reverse. i have no problem selecting a gear and the clutch feels fine, but when pulling away there is also a lack of power or a restriction of some sort which also makes the exhaust sound weird. can anyone help or suggest anything please?

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  • aky09 Mar 12, 2009

    great advise, but who are AAMCO? i live in england on the isle of wight and have never heard of them.

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Got to AAMCO for a free inspection.....best part....IT'S FREE!!!!! They will tell you what is wrong and will NOT perform maintenance without your consent.

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    Greg Bernett Mar 12, 2009

    Awesome!!! That changes everything!!!



    Okay, well, the best thing to do is to take it to an automotive repair shop there. Ask them to either test drive it or have them do an inspection (whatever is free) and ask them for an estimate. This at least gives you an idea of what the problem is.

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