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Manual transmission grinding with rpm up and down

In 1, 2, 3, and 5 my transmission (I think) makes a grinding noise every time the gear makes a revolution. as the RPM's move up the grinding noise gets faster until I shift into the next gear at which the grinding starts off slow again. Etc etc etc.

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Need a new clutch.

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check your fluid level when the car is warmed up

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try the overdrive possitioning sensor i had the same problem its in the tranny

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Change the belt it sounds like it may be split somewhere.Just remove it and inspect it .

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