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transmission pump can whine when worn out . The fluid can become aerated and cause a whining sound . Where do you hear the whine coming from , have someone rev it up an give a listen under the vehicle

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Automatic Could Be Filter, Low ON Transmission Fluid Or Power converter(Pump) Going out. On Standard Could be low on fluid or worn gears. Occasionally transmissions are misdiagnosed for rear end noise

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No slippage, drives great Possible low on fluid will make uniquik whine noise,But another common whine noise is fron serp belt idler pulley,noise will increase with speed. transmission oil pump noise

...? at low speed. what could this be? There sre usually two things that make a whining noise.The power steering pump/rack and pinion or the transmission's pump.My guess is the tranny ...

...Transmission shifts good. Some fluid on carport located left front of car around left front wheel. Whine usually occurs on tight turns maximising pump output and/or pump may be worn and needs ...

...the fluid level to make sure the fluid is up to full. The fuild and filter need to be replace at 60,000 miles. Clogged transmission filter can restrict the fluid flow into the transmission fluid

Question about 2003 TrailBlazer

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transmission that will make a whining noise is the pump. it usually whines when iether the fluid is low or more commonly when the transmission oil filter is getting plugged up. the power steering pump

...you go and put a transmission in it. Most whining noises are not transmission related but are caused by a defective power steering hydraulic pump. Bottom line be sure before you replace any

Question about 2001 Yukon XL

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...slipping, alternator bearing, or in the worst case scenerio, Transmission pump. I had that noise in an Acura, Check the transmission oil level. That sometimes causes a whining sound. Hope this

Question about 2004 Alero

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...up and never goes away. New water pump power steering pump and belt. Sounds like it's coming from transmission but shifts fine. Transmission fluid pump going bad . Have it check to know for sure

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