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Old 03-27-2013, 05:01 PM   #1
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2000 gt tranny rattle?

2000 gt automatic. I do need new brakes and disc. I just put in a new 4.6 engine. It was pulled from an older gt everything checked out fine with the motor until I took a 24hr trip to cali. I think that the tranny may need some lube, because when I go ~70 and let off the accelerator there is a grinding noise. When I shift to neutral the noise level is reduced significantly. Also when accelerating too much the noise is produced again. Any ideas to what may be the problem will help. Thanks.

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pilot bearing? Check ATF level. U-joints are the obvious place to st

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Try checking your tranny mount, and also the ATF, U-joints.
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