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My 95 honda civic started acting weird after I change the transmission fluid and the c.v. axles. It making a loud noise when I put on reverse gear but the forward is ok. I don't know if it because of the defected c.v. shafts or the transmission itself. Can anybody give me some advises? Thank you much.

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Jack front end off ground to unload axles , then try going forward and reverse to pin point what side noise is coming from, then disassemble that side for inspection...

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Did you put the correct tranny fluid in the car? did you change the cv shafts with oem replacem,ents or aftermarket?

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