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When I begin to reverse, there is a loud prolonged noise that stops when the car is no longer in motion(While in reverse). Can you please tell me what might be causing this?

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  • omfactor May 18, 2009

    Thanks so much. I will check that out.

  • omfactor May 18, 2009

    Thanks so much. I will check that out.

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If the sound comes from the rear axle it can be the brake shoes that need replacing. If its from the front of the car the tranny (auto or stick shift) can be faulty

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