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It got cold here a week ago, and since then I've noticed my 06 gt transmission makes a hollow whirring noise first driving when cold and shifting into 1st, 2nd, and lighter at 3rd.
Once the car warms up, the noise dies down and I can barely hear it. It was transported from CA to TX about 2 months ago by an auto shipper and has had new tires and a tie rod end link replaced a week ago. Just bad timing or did someone at the shop F*** up my car? I have been told that it may be the input shaft bearing, to rebuild the trans. I have also benn told since I've not changed the fluid, it may just be old and needs fresh fluid. Car has 89k on it.
My question is how long do I have if it's the bearing? Can I drive it? Or should I get it to a shop immediately?
Any thoughts would be appreciated...
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Well it's definitely not your end links, that would be physically impossible to do anything to your trans. If you can get under it and give us a video we could help you out a lot more. Otherwise, estimates at shops are always free.
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