Question about 2004 Cadillac CTS
Please check the oil level of the differential and top up if low.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
#1) Did you notice any Transmisson fluid on the Ground?
Check Transmission fluid level.
#2) The Noise you hear is Your Toque Converter or and your Front Pump the Torque converter runs the Front pump Off your Engine and Cars Flywheel that are bolted together.
#3) Inside your Torque Converter is what is called a STATOR its internal on the Coverter,But you also have 2-Other different Size Shafts on your Input Shaft on your Automatic Transmissin.
#4) I'm sure that while on the income they slide off your input shaft.and when driving there not in the Toque Converter all the Way causing your Noise.
#5) The only way to correct it is to pull the Transmission out,And by continuing to drive it this way will only cause more damage and much more Shop Costs. I hope i've saved you a Major Problem.
Please let me Know how i've helped you Please by voting on my Solutions for you. Thank You. From: d_hubbs
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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