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Your GEO Tracker makes a noise in reverse in the engine no brakes in use sometimes going forward?

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2014-10-07 02:13:16
2014-10-07 02:13:16

Check the GEO Trackers transmission fluid. The fluid could be low, or the fluid could show metal parts indicating a transmission problem causing the noise.

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It probally is the transmission or your brakes could be slipping.

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When airplanes fly, the exhaust gasses from jet engines go behind the engine and push the airplane forward. When the airplanes land on the runway, the directions of the exhaust gas from the engine is changed so it pushes forward. Instead of making the plane go forward, it starts trying to make the plane go into reverse. As a result, it slows down the airplane. That slows down the airplane much faster than just using the brakes would.

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