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When i put it drive and start to roll it is making a roaring sound either from the transmissoin or the rear end

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Hmm it could be a bad rear differential. i dont think it has anything to do with your transmission because when they go bad they dont make a roaring sound. they just either shift hard or make a grinding noise. it could also be your power steering pump, they make a roaring sound too. well i hope this helps you :)

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