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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION i have a mazda 626 automatic having a whistle like sound inside of the transmissiion wer do you think that sound came from?

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  • hubbabubba62 Dec 29, 2008

    I have the same problem in my 1994 lx.

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Maybe your car U join bearing damaged,check the bearing first.If the noise from the transmission, Change the transmission oil and filter, This is the cheapest way, sometime you can solve this kind problem, but if after you change transmission oil, still have the whistle noise, probably you have to change the transmission.

I suggest that if you can take your car to a transmission shop and let them give you a quote and also get their opion, I think it is better than I give you my opion without hear the noise.
Good luck

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