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Gears hard to put in gear and noise when driveing fromleft side

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What type car do have ? Sounds (at a guess) like a gearbox. More info needed

Posted on Apr 16, 2014

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SOURCE: transmission shifts hard down from highway gear only (D>3rd)

I had the same thing! It was a computer issue. It only cost me about $35.00.

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SOURCE: i have a 93 mazda mx3 4cyl 5sp. it is really hard to put in gear

sounds like the clutch is going to need replacement and while there you should change the slave cylinder too

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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SOURCE: passat front screeching noise when rolling in gear

The loud screeching sound is made on purpose!

The front brake pads have a metal "screecher" that rubs against the brake rotor (harmlessly) and makes a screeching noise to warn you that the brake pads are worn to below specification.

Replace the front brake pads with "SEMI-METAL" pads because you mention "hills". Semi-metal brake pads have the best wear life and they remain "cool". Hot brakes don't grip. Replace them soon so you don't have to replace the rotors, too.
Check the rear brakes, too. The rear brakes don't have sensors.

Hope this helps!


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SOURCE: loud knocking sound from front drive axle side

u-joins cv-joints hub assembly

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SOURCE: while in drive, hear clunking and grinding from

It sounds like your limited slip differential is in need of a fluid change.
The clutch packs in the axle require a special friction modifier,about 4 ounces added to the axle lube,which fixes the chattering issue.
I'd suggest someone drop the axle diff cover and check or change the
fluid,to see if there are any big metal pcs. in there. If there is no damage,drain the diff fluid and add the friction modifier,only if a SLD..

Note: Only add the friction modifier,if you have a limited slip differential.
Since I can't physically see your vehicle,make sure a mechanic does
it right.

Posted on Mar 30, 2010

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