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What could be causing a grinding or scraping noise when the automatic transmission switches gears in a 1997 Honda Civic?


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2004-08-21 10:28:19
2004-08-21 10:28:19

If it just lasts for 1 or 2 seconds, it is the clutch plates ratteling and not to worry.


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