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Q: Transmission Nose - 2006 Ford Freestyle

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Make nose when in park or neutral
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: Hello there. You will need to have the tran...

Hello there. You will need to have the transmission inspected to verify the noise is in the transmission and not in the engine flywheel or engine exhaust. Have a mechanic detect the noise to verify the problem and make a proper diagnosis. This is not a commonly documented problem with this vehicle.

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