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Old 01-25-2011, 09:08 PM
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strange noise from transmission

i put on my 5" MBRP exhaust a couple weeks ago, and ever since then my tranny has been making a funny noise usually only at idle it sounds like something is like vibrating or something. is not the usual shudder that comes from the tranny. is it possible that i tweaked something? i did tilt the engine forward slighty when i replaced the exhaust but i can't imagine that it would do anything. i started jacking at the front of the tranny (towards the front of the truck) and jacked it about a half inch or so, but since it wasn't allowing downpipe clearance i moved the jack to the back of the tranny and jacked it up back there. any ideas on what this could be?
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Old 01-26-2011, 04:46 PM
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Something is touching the frame or body.
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Check your heat shields... I know one of mine is rotted out and hitting the top of the pipe.
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Old 01-28-2011, 09:37 PM
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it only makes the noise at idle and any time i rev the engine and when i take off it stops, i will look for contact with the exhaust but when i put in on the only thing close to it was the shock.
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Old 01-29-2011, 04:49 PM
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Noise at idle is usually the torque converter.
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its a manual transmission.
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Have same problem with 6 speed. Goes away with clutch in. Rattles with clutch out.
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I had the same thing, It was one of my exhaust clamps hitting one of the heat shields and when I accelerated it stopped/couldnt hear it
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