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Knocking noise I think I have knocking or popping noise in my transmission....what could cause this

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Probably a bad "CV" joint on one of the front axels. The CVs go bad every now and then and are not too expensive to fix. Any auto shop can/will do the repair. You will need a new axel for left or right front.

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