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Hi all have audi a4 2004 manual gear box vibrates on no. 2 and 3 and makes a grinding sound on 5 +hase a high rave, please help

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Sounds like you need a transmission rebuild and a clutch package. Vibration, bearings. Grinding is gear or synchronizers. High RPM's is worn out clutch.

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