Defender Transmission Noises





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    Default Transmission Noises

    Lately the Landy has started making some new noises, apart from the usual rattles . When I depress the clutch (or put it in neutral) while moving at slow speeds (as when approaching a stop or traffic light) I can hear a slow shudder/shaking noise coming from the transmission. Its not a very loud/violent noise but its definitely very noticeable.

    Any ideas?

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    Default transmission noise

    9/10 its the handbrake.
    need to release it slightly.
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    I think you're right. I found this thread where it turned out to be the handbrake. Will have a look

    http://www.defender2.net/forum/topic12245.html

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    My D1 started to do that and turned out to be the front propshaft on its way out. the roller bearings in the 4 way thingy
    Ross

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