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Old 02-05-2013, 07:35 PM   #1
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Manual transmission drivers!

Does anyone else notice how much noise comes from the shifter area? Does everyone's mustang have that sound? Or? Lol it's like I can hear all the gears turning and stuff. It's a lot of noise. Just wanting to know why.-.
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Thats not normal. I havent driven an sn95 that sounded like that. When is the last time you had your transmission serviced?
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Thats not normal. I havent driven an sn95 that sounded like that. When is the last time you had your transmission serviced?
The transmission is only about 3 months old. But I guess the guys who put it in messed something up. But other cars I sometimes listen when they reverse and have heard the noise also
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If ya got the tremec 3650, than yes, it's one noisy bizatch...got a short shifter? If so than absolutely normal for it to be noisy...it's very very very common on the 3650
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If ya got the tremec 3650, than yes, it's one noisy bizatch...got a short shifter? If so than absolutely normal for it to be noisy...it's very very very common on the 3650
Oh okay thanks! That's all I needed to know! just making sure it's not a problem:p
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Oh okay thanks! That's all I needed to know! just making sure it's not a problem:p
Is the tremec 3650 what u own?
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Is the tremec 3650 what u own?
Yeah it was put in about 3 or 4 months ago
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be careful with a 3650...they are highly common for the third gear syncro to go bad...i know mine did and when it did i researched a lot on it lol. if it's a 3650 i do recommend draining a qrt out of it and putting in a qrt of syncromesh...
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be careful with a 3650...they are highly common for the third gear syncro to go bad...i know mine did and when it did i researched a lot on it lol. if it's a 3650 i do recommend draining a qrt out of it and putting in a qrt of syncromesh...
Alrighty will do! Thanks!
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