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What do we think this is? I have Powerflex Gearbox Mount Insert fitted. So could be that making the engage more audible.

 

Seems worse coming from R through N then D. 

 

Turn it up loud and wait for D to be engaged you will then hear the noise. 

 

Appears a bit loud to me and there is a bit of movement too FYI. 

 

Could be nothing just a characteristic of fitting the Insert. 

 

Cheers. 

 

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Edited by MB RS3, 06 May 2020 - 07:33 PM.


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https://streamable.com/aeyihi
 
What do we think this is? I have Powerflex Gearbox Mount Insert fitted. So could be that making the engage more audible.
 
Seems worse coming from R through N then D. 
 
Turn it up loud and wait for D to be engaged you will then hear the noise. 
 
Appears a bit loud to me and there is a bit of movement too FYI. 
 
Could be nothing just a characteristic of fitting the Insert. 
 
Cheers. 
 
MB.


I have both the dogbone & gearbox mount inserts fitted & nothing has changed in the gear selector noise dept....no noise in the slightest.

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I have both the dogbone & gearbox mount inserts fitted & nothing has changed in the gear selector noise dept....no noise in the slightest.

Dell.

 

Interesting, something needs looking at then. 

 

Cheers Dell. 






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