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Grinding noise in transmission ford festiva 1996

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If you are correct about the grinding noise and it is coming from the trani and not the wheel bearings or something else. Then I think you may have a serious problem. When was the last time the fluid was changed?
Was does the trani fluid look like and how is the level?
When do you hear the noise? How does it shift and drive?

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