A whining noise in the transmission is usually an indication the transmission fluid is low. Check the transmission fluid and fill it to the recommended level.
it can if it has uneven wear
Friction in the transmission system may cause whining noise when a car is accelerating. A poor engine or clutch assembly may cause the excess friction in the transmission system.
gears kicking, lots of whining noise??
check transmission fluid level . then check differential oil level also that model ford needed additive in diff oil to stop noise was a ford recall on that
There can be many causes for a whining noise in automatic transmissions. The least expensive thing you can try to eliminate the noise is to have the transmission fluid and filter changed. Some shops will only replace the fluid unless you ask for the filter to be changed, so ask.
The noise is due to bad gears or bearings in your rear differential.
check your wheel bearing
loose timing belt, low transmission fluid in transaxle.
This vehicle is notorious for a "whining" noise. The slower you drive, the louder it is. At first I thought our power-steering pump was going, or the transmission was whining. Two mechanics told me it's normal. Just a quirk with Dodge/Chrysler products. I had that whining noise and it was the alternator making the noise through the radio. even when the radio is off. Just a thought.
My 2000 sebring did the same thing. I was told it was my temperamental transmission.
Whining noise near belts had pulleys adjusted any idea what is causing this
== == Could be the transmission, or a front brake is sticking on.
According to the manufacturer, there is nothing abnormal about the whining sound in the transmission. It is a normal sound as the transmission moves through its ranges.
when my 1992 camaro's transmission went bad it made a whining noise and when the fluid was checked, it was a brown color with flakes of metal in it. the fluid should be red.
The relays have nothing to do with the whining noise, they just complete the circuit and make things work. The whining noise is the fuel pump and that is a common problem with Chevy That noise will not hurt anything, but I would change the fuel filter and that may quite the pump a little. A stoped up fuel filter will burn a fuel pump up.
There can be several issues that will cause your lawnmower to make a whining noise. The most common reason is a bad bearing in the mower deck.
You can tell if the transmission, in your 1998 Chevy Malibu, is going bad. If there is a whining or clunking noise. The transmission might cause your engine to install when you are stopped with your foot on the brake.
It is the alternator....
Can be a rear differential problem. May be Low of lube or gears are worn. Can also be a transmission problem.
Its could be the turbo your hearing...
mine whines a different noise in every gear, but it will not whine when i push in the clutch, so i changed my slave cylinder and clutch and the whining noise stopped.
The torque converter might be going. but first check your fluid level.
It could also be your transmission or brake fluid. So you should get that checked out.