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Transmission grinding noise

New noise @ 60 MPH

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  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2014

    Hi SusieRI, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

  • SusieRI Nov 25, 2014

    Sorry, I added this from my phone last night. Truck has 35,000 miles. She shifts "hard" at low speeds every now and then, but on the rare occasion that 60 MPH is reached (we live in Rhode Island, after all), there's vibration and a grinding noise that seems to come from the transmission (or maybe the transfer box?). Hubby thinks she may not be shifting into overdrive. Fluids are good. We have not had the 33,000 mile service done, since the nearest dealer is now about 30 miles away. So, I thought I'd reach out to see if we can get some idea before we take that plunge. Thank you so much!

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Stick or auto you have to be specific here ,if it is a stick then your syncros sound like they are going bad ,if it is an automatic, then change it

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Testimonial: "Thanks, Joe. What, exactly, needs to be changed on the automatic? (Sorry, I figured the mention of transmission fluid would be sufficient advice of the vehicle being an automatic.)"

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