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What causes tranmission rubbing noise on driver side front

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Worn transmission mounts. replace with oil filled mounts and they will last forever and you wont feel the vehicle shift.

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This is caused by lose calipers or stiff calipers unable to fully open up. This makes the brake pads very close to the brake disc.

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