Q: Experiencing a slight rattle and loss of power.

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There is a slight rattling sound and a loss of power between 4th and 5th gear.

Is this an automatic or manual transmission? I need to know what type of transmission you have because this rattling sound could be different things depending if it is an auto trans or manual. Either way I would recommend that you ask for help from a certified transmission mechanic. He will have the knowledge and diagnostic equipment to figure out what your problem is.

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