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Have a 2008 ford escape, when I put it in gear, it make noise.

Posted on May 14, 2014

  • Thomas Copeland Aug 29, 2014

    Can any 1 help I have a ford trasit 2007 t260 it as a winding noise in all gears but when I ingage the clutch it stops only makes winning noise when i drive it if I ingage clutch well its moving it stops let clutch back out starts again .

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