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My car (honda city 1997 model) makes a nosie when acceleration is done abruptly from stationary motion. the noise is predominantly from the left side of the drivers side. is that an automatic gearbox problem? do I need to change the gearbox? or can it be fixed/ ?

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I think i 'm facing same problem as urs.....at the low velocity like while taking corner.....n then i'm put hard forces to the accelerator to increase back it velocity....

the problem begins here....weird sounds coming from gearbox.

it's look like the transmission not run well/smoothly like new vehicle which using auto gearbox...

Posted on Oct 19, 2010

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