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Whining noise in tranmission and wont shift wright

Whining noise in tranmission and jerking when trying to shift

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  • David Moyer May 11, 2010

    Is this an automatic, or manual transmission. I also need the engine size as well. VIN number will work if you cannot determine the engine size.

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Torque and pump causing noise and jerking is where fluid pressure is being lost,mine had same problem

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  • Eric young
    Eric young Dec 30, 2014

    my 1999 dodge ram is making the whinning noise too and slipping but only when it gets to that temp. what should be done to it.

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