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Grinding gearbox After a long drive on the motorway (about 2hours in) my Peugeot 106 started knocking the car partially out of gear when i decelerated and there was a constant grinding noise for the rest of the trip. after leaving the car for a day the noise has stopped. what could be the cause?

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Check the oil level ,if need be pump some LM grease into the gearbox about a GREASE GUN FULL will do this will seal up any leaks once its warm and melts in a bit ,the noise was the lay shaft bearings or the drive gear shaft bearings to the crownwheel ,faily common on peugeots and citreons but make sure you check the level use EP90

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