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Old 03-07-2004, 10:43 PM   #1
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Every morning my car warms up for about 15min. As i pull away from the drive way and get into second gear my trans will make a grinding/slipping sound that seem'* to come for the front drivers side. Once it as shifted once into second i will never make that sound agian until the next moring. It does not happen all the time. I may to it every day for a week and not do it agian for 2. It is messed up and i was hoping that some one would help me figure this problem out. Also i have only heard this sound when i am just taking off slow as possible. I have changed trans fluid and filter and car is a 94 and only has 65,000 on it. PLEASE HELP and give any suggestions.

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I have an idea. Disable your ABS by disconnecting it at the PMV assembly or pulling a fuse.

See if it still makes the noise
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Hee, hee, ye olde ABS self test at 14 mph.
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Got another one! Give us feedback when you get this done
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For the past two day i have drove it with the fuse out and i have not heard that sound agian so i am hoping that was the problem. Thank for your help.
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Now that I'm listening for it, I hear it too -- don't recall it ever being that noticeable before. Is the sound an indication of a problem? Or does it just mean I need new brake pads?

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It'* not a problem at all. It'* normal.
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What years do this? I never hear it on my 99.

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At least through 95. Your car uses engine timing retard rather than applied braking for traction control.
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At least through 95. Your car uses engine timing retard rather than applied braking for traction control.
It kicks the ABS on first, I can hear it.
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