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Exhaust work Changed trove converter fly wheel in first gear it looses pressure but once in second drives fine over time it back fires an makes a ratting sound

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Check your timing

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no it wont cause a misfire, misfire is caused by worn uot spark plugs and or plug wires or bad injector, but some golfs have very coming problem with the ignition module going bad causing number 1 cylinder to misfire

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SOURCE: 99 nissan pathfinder 4 wheel drive once put into 4 wheel drive popping noise underneath the vehicle

that sounds like a bad universal joint on the transfer case to the front axle. have that checked out

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You need to pull the tranny out.
Then the flywheel needs to be unbolted from the engine.
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SOURCE: 1990 Mitsubishi Magna Auto Gearbox disengaging

you are probably low on transmission fluid.
top it off by the dipstick while running in park. and you should be fine if it reads full, then your fluid needs to be changed or your filter is clogged. replace as necessary.if the problem continues after the fluid and filter have been changed then its time to have the transmission replaced or services.
good luck.

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