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Old 02-23-2010, 03:39 PM
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CVT Whirring/Whining Noise

My transmission makes a whirring/whining noise at normal speed. It appears that stop-and-go traffic makes it worse and will quiet down some after resuming cruising speed. I noticed in another thread that others are complaining about this. Has anybody been able to get this resolved?
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Old 02-27-2010, 09:41 PM
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just turn up the radio and drive it or take to dealer easy solotion to problem
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Old 03-08-2010, 11:26 PM
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Thought it was the CVT the 1st time I heard a noise. Turned out to be a loose guard above the drive shaft. Fixed it myself.
Last fall the jeep would intermitantly whine like a car trying to go fast in reverse. More recently it was constant, louder then the engine. Dropped it off at a shop, now we are waiting for a complete new rear differential. Jeep said, don't bother rebuilding it, just put in the new one we are sending you. It's only been a week, but i hope we get it back soon.
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Old 07-04-2011, 01:14 PM
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Thought it was the CVT the 1st time I heard a noise. Turned out to be a loose guard above the drive shaft. Fixed it myself.
Last fall the jeep would intermitantly whine like a car trying to go fast in reverse. More recently it was constant, louder then the engine. Dropped it off at a shop, now we are waiting for a complete new rear differential. Jeep said, don't bother rebuilding it, just put in the new one we are sending you. It's only been a week, but i hope we get it back soon.
Hi, Josiesjeep. Can you please describe how you access the loose guard above the drive shaft? I get this horrible toy car windup noise when the engine gets really hot in the summer or after a couple hours on the highway. The noise is then slightly noticable when cruising on the throttle but is extremely lound when really opening up to pass..etc..
I hope it is just what you described. Much obliged in advance.
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