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I have a whining noise coming from the gearbox when i accelerate.....i had the tranny bushing replaced recently but noise was already there

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Hello You most likely have a bad trans pump. if that is the problem you better replace it with a used one, or rebuilt yours,before you get stuck some were with out warning.

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