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Dodge durango 1999 sound front end

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I have a 99 dodge durango. On thursday at a gas station, it started making grinding noises only in parking gear. When you take it out of park it is ok. It has a rebuilt transmission. Any possiblities on what it is? Some are telling me transmission but my boyfriend thinks that the bolts are loose. He trying checking it out but says there is an inspection pan that he cant get into, does that sound correct?

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The tranny-to-engine bolts being loose can certainly cause this symptom...accordianman

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