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Old 06-05-2012, 08:28 AM   #1
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Transmission Whine

My tranny whines .. I heard its because my synchronizers are bad is that true ?
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Doubtful.. Prob low on fluid..

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I believe the sequencers are for shifting gears... If it happens while driving it sounds like a gear.. Or maybe your rear end is whining
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Doubtful.. Prob low on fluid..

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I believe the sequencers are for shifting gears... If it happens while driving it sounds like a gear.. Or maybe your rear end is whining
I changed my rear end fluid and I still hear the whining .. It only does it after 35 mph
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Did you also use friction modifier?
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Did you also use friction modifier?
No what's that?
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you are suppose to add it in with the oil. it helps the clutches in the rear end work. that maybe your problem.
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Good call 90GT and dream...synchro's shouldn't whine,but low fluid could be a culprit for the trans.and you should add the friction modifier for the rear as that would definitely cause lack of performance and possibly the whine..
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How much goes in?

And the T5 WC uses ATF right ?
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4 oz goes in the rear end

Yes atf for a wc t5
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Thanks. Any quick tips cuz puttin the fluid in was a PIA ...
An what kind you recommend ?
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In trans or rear? Either way, I use a rigged flexible hose on the end of the bottle.
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In trans or rear? Either way, I use a rigged flexible hose on the end of the bottle.
Thanks man!!
I got rid of my EGR all togeather .. Does the smog pump need to go too?
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This will save you a big headache $10 at o'rielly's. Just in screw pour fluid in it and pump it out
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This will save you a big headache $10 at o'rielly's. Just in screw pour fluid in it and pump it out
Man wish I had that a few weeks ago!
But thanks for the tip!!
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