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I got a 2001 chevey s10.. it makes whining noises only when i accelrate an coasting in gear down hill.. i put it in park an push on the gas an no noise.. my s10 is automatic.

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SOURCE: 1996 pontiac transport Knocks in park but not in drive

This is a damaged torque converter and you may have a blown shift solenoid as well. check the fluid level. i suspect major torque converter damage.

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