[DML] Re: Funny "whizzing" sound from engine
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[DML] Re: Funny "whizzing" sound from engine



Dave,

How do I check fluid level, or replace fluid, for my  5 speed 
transmission? This is the only area I haven't really looked at on my 
car since I got it last year.

Thanks,

Paul

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@...> 
wrote:
>
> If the sound varies in relation to the speed of the motor it is
> probably something to do with the belts. The possabilitoes include:
> loose/worn belts
> alternator bearings
> water pump bearings
> idler pulley bearings.
> One way to go is to remove a belt and see if the noise goes away. 
the
> motor will run for a while without the belts, just don't run it too
> long or it will overheat. If the noise varies to road speed it is
> related to the "running gear" like CV joints, transmission, etc. Is
> the car a 5-speed or  an automatic? A whirring or whizzing noise 
from
> the automatic transmission is BAD. 




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