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Old 04-25-2014, 03:25 AM   #1
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2005 Venture 107K miles. I get a low toned winding down noise when slowing to a stop. Occasionally I get a bump before starting from a stop. Had transmission service about 24K ago.
Please tell me its something that I won't lose my shirt over.
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sound like some thing to do with your brakes, kinda hard to narrow it down over the internet, since we cant hear the sound. if you have drums in the back some times those will start doing that when they wear out or you have a hardware failure
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Does this happen only with application of brakes?

For example, if just slowing down, while going up a slight grade, with no brakes applied, is the noise still there?
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Does this happen only with application of brakes?

For example, if just slowing down, while going up a slight grade, with no brakes applied, is the noise still there?
I haven't noticed it but I'll be more attentive to that in these next couple of days.
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Somewhere, don't know where right now, I read there was a special process to checking the transmission fluid. That it'* not just a matter of pulling the stick. Can someone enlighten me?
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you have to get the reading on level ground with the engine running, and warmed up on level ground
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What Justin said, that and I always wait till the engine is warm, then I pull the stick and wipe it off, then I put it back in for a second or two, and then pull it out to get the reading.
You could just rely on the first reading, but this is how I have always checked mine.
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I think bearings when I hear whining. Can you record the sound and upload here?
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One thing to think about is does the noise stop completely when you are stopped or does it continue but at a lower level of sound?
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Does this happen only with application of brakes?

For example, if just slowing down, while going up a slight grade, with no brakes applied, is the noise still there?
Finally, I found a place and other noise conditions played nice where I could hear. Yes, I do have it when slowing down, going uphill without applying the brakes.
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