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Old 07-01-2008, 09:50 AM
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Icon5 Squealing, but only in 2nd....

Alright, like it says above, my car has a squealing sound like a loose belt, but it's only in 2nd. Like, if I roll up to a stop sign, do the "mild" stop and go through at 2-3 mph in 2nd (to save gas, of course) it squeals a little bit in the low RPM's. Doesn't do it in ANY other gear what-so-ever, and it usually happens in the first 15-20 minutes of driving the car, after that, nothing. It's probably nothing major, just kinda annoying...any suggestions?
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it's probably your selector fork you just need to grease it up
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Now, I have never heard that term, but I believe you are referring to the shift fork...? am i correct in this? If so, that seems like it could be, but I JUST had my whole clutch assembly replaced and re-greased everything and fixed every single seal in the tranny...i'll check it out tho, thanks for the tip!
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Yah thats what its called lol also try greasing up the part right before the shiftfork (it should move also when the clutch is pressed) It fixed mine it still does it on cold mornings for me.
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