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WHINNING NOISE AND PROBLEM WITH MPH VS RPMS

While driving at 50 mph my rpms are at 6 what is wrong, also a whinning noise when its cold start?

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    I just paid to have a complete transmission overhaul. They stated the problem is a pump leaking and it would only continue to get worse.. : (

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Your transmission is not shifting into overdrive, it is staying in 3rd gear. I have the same problem.

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