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2003 GMC Transmission Problem: 1- At cold start,


I suspect transmission oil drain back to oil pan during night.
if you want to confirm.
engine stop take oil level place a mark on dipstick then let it sit overnight. in the morning take oil level if it raise then oil have to charge the torque converter you hear a cavity front pump noise.
when hot take oil level engine hot in park have to be at top of oil level

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From the manual:
The automatic transmission dipstick has a yellow handle.
Before checking the fluid level:

* The car must be parked on level ground
* The engine must be idling
* The gear selector must be in Neutral or Park
* The parking brake must be set

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My manual gearbox has a rumbling noise when it is in neutral however when the clutch is depressed the noise goes away. Would appreciate some advice on how to sort problem. thanks


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My pajero manual transmission 4WD has a clanking noise after you have driven it for a long time. when the transmission becomes hot the clanking noise appears. but when i step on the clutch the noise...


hi.
a transmission problem when hot, but ok when cold, would suggest that the oil in the gearbox is getting too thin when it heats up.

you say that the transmission has been pulled out but do you know if the oil was actually changed in it.
if the oil has not been changed, drain it and replace with the specified oil.
if it was changed recently, then i would consider using a thicker grade transmission oil instead.

changing gearbox oil, is normally a matter of removing the drain plug on the bottom to drain the old oil, and then refilling using the level plug on the side of the engine.

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Told we need a new transmission


soulds like your transmission is going out, might want to try and replace the transmission fluid first to see if that helps.

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