The issue, or maybe this is not an issue, but when I shift gears whether shifting up or down the engagement is clunking and not smooth. The only cure to that specific problem is switch out with standard flywheel/clutch assembly (Z06 alum flywheel and clutch is a popular mod). Shifting is Honda Civic manual transmission whine 9 months 4 weeks ago #109682 I changed the fluid with Honda MTF less than 1k miles ago and the noise is still there. Now I have 71k. when i start it up i let the rpm drop to 750 before i shift into gear. This year the mayhem of music and motorcycles will come alive at the iconic Richardson & Cruddas foundry with three stages & 20 bands. Having a super loud clunk intermittently when shifting into and out of first gear. Either the shifting fork is bent (shifting without the clutch pulled in) or the "dogs" may have rounded corners and do not engage all the way. The harder I accelerate the harder the thump. Liking my new for me '06 Classic Rocket III, approaching 24,000 miles, but need some feedback on transmission clunking and turn signal frustration. On occasion, when shifting up, the gearbox makes quite an audible "clunk" noise, and i can really feel each gear shift. Go to youtube and set the settings to 480p and turn up the volume. When I change from a stand still in neutral to 1st gear, the gearbox makes quite a loud clunk! Altho in the winter mornings when its about 10 degrees C, it just clicks into gear. It seemed all dependent on if it felt the speed required a mid-corner shift. It’s fine above 45 mph. Harley clutches have a reputation for really holding up well to slow speed manuevers with clutch feathering and parade duty. I will post up the pics when I get home and appreciate if you could let me know what you think. Even if it's not broken, clunking during shifting is normal. Everything's fine when shifting up, but when shifting down, I pull in the clutch, shft with the lever, but only when I let out the clutch halfway or so does the lower gear, and the gear lever, "clunk" into place. Harley First Gear Problem. Just purchased $700. also when i let off throttle and then get back on it,it clunks and sounds like there is slack in either driveline or trans. Loud clunk during shift I waa accelerating on pch and was at 40-45 mpg going from 2nd to 3rd and as i let out the clutch there was a loud bang and lurch so i put the clutch in made put it back into neutral and back into 3rd and it drove fine after. OK so here is a quick story 1984 944 5spd 143k miles w/out limited slip differential So about 6 months ago there was a noise coming from the under neath the drivers side, mostly right under neath me, it was a clunking noise/ knocking noise sounded like something was loose. One of the most important processes of riding a motorcycle is shifting gears. After my car as been sitting over night and I start her up in the morning. It will not do it all the time in drive though. it was on warranty so i just rode till oil leaked out the back side of the primary where the shaft from the trans enters the primary. My T56 will occasionally not go into reverse without a wee bit of roll. i just had power divider fixed and i wonder if the. So at 30,000 miles I'd be wondering what was up too. Harsh thud or clunk when shifting from Park or N to Drive or Reverse Hi all, Been reading through some threads related to clunks when shifting into D or R as well as threads on clunks while in gear and slowing or accelerating. I'll probably change all the fluids since it is probably time so what should I use for the tranny. Clunk coming from the back, when shifting Discussion in 'KJ General Discussion' started by metalmoto, Jul 19, 2017. Every time I think tractor. Some bikes clunk a bit in each successive gear and is normal for those bikes. I took the shift cable off the motor, and shifted it by hand, and if the motor was just barley in gear, it didn't do it, but when I fully shifted the motor in gear, the. Good luck, I am still having the same bang/clunk, it stinks, especially on a truck with only 1800 miles on it. mdnyrx wrote:So I took my 2009 Sierra (5. That's what you complain about to the dealer. Average failure mileage is 24,600 miles. A problem with any one of these parts can cause the transmission not to shift properly or to shift hard, which commonly accompanies the clunking noise. Chevy Suburban rear end clunk mechanic help and the clunk is still there. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Problem: Loud clunking sound when taking off in first gear Likely cause: Drive shaft center support bearing is loose or broken. My transmission on my 2002 clunks when I shift into reverse from a cold start. This is a discussion on Clunk noise when driving slowly or when coming to a full stop within the Dodge Dart General Discussion forums, part of the Dodge Dart Forum - Dodge Dart Discussion category; Originally Posted by jgeis I also have the latest update and my transmission still clunks when driving at low speeds. I then jacked up the back tire and put her in gear and let it idle. Manual Transmission Makes Noise When Shifting I hope someone can point me in the right direction. Tonyx wrote:Just read on other forum: your half shaft bolt may be the culprit. They replaced the transfer case on the truck @ the Toyota dealer before I bought the truck. Kinda jumping in on here late, but I also have clunking from my transmission, mainly going from any gear to reverse. When accelerating or decelerating, I feel a slight "clunk" throughout the vehicle (brake/accelerator pedal, shifter, steering wheel, seat). I have a concern and that is when I shift from first to second I get a loud thunk when the gears mesh, this only happens from first to second and second to first also on occasion from second to third. The second thing that springs into mind is the first gear. I'm having an issue were the car makes a horrible clunking sound when its downshifting to 1st gear, and also when it shifts from 2 to 3rd clunks but not as bad. it has new power divider and clutch and clutch brake. I did find this info today: Driveline clunk — loud clunk when shifting from REVERSE to DRIVE Incorrect axle lubricant level. I am however, able to simulate this clunking noise when the engine is idling in Neutral and is shifted directly into Park. i cant tell because its subtle sometimes and frickin loud other times. Now a big clunk may indicate your rpm's are too high. There are a number of things that can cause clunking around the rear end while you are driving, but one of the most common is a worn ball socket in the one of the sway bar links that attaches to the outer hub on each side of the rear end. It happens maybe 3 or 4 times a day. It turned out it was my rear differential. Harley) submitted 5 years ago * by codelitt '04 Softail Build Hey gents, I'm a recent owner of my first Harley!. The guys at the Kawi dealer seems to think its totally normal. The only cure to that specific problem is switch out with standard flywheel/clutch assembly (Z06 alum flywheel and clutch is a popular mod). This loud clunk only happens when shifting into reverse but not when shifting into forward. He looked under the hood and under the car and can't, for the life of him, isolate where it's coming from, or see anything visibly wrong. There is a clunk sound I can hear and feel as this vehicle is shifting OUT of 4 wheel into 2 wheel drive. You can easily make it a lot better, so you can proudly drive your truck. I am posting here in TRANSMISSION as the most approprate place but it may be just drivetrain related. Harley-Davidson looks to avoid high European tariffs with its plant in Thailand and to increase ridership with new electric bikes. when i put it in first gear from nuetral mine clunks once. Q: Hi there wonder if you can help me. The clutch was adjusted as per specification between Clymer, Haynes and the BMW shop manual. I'm not the expert on these items, but the clunking noise is normal. Is it normal for a odyssey to make a loud noise when shifting forward or reverse. I've got a 2014 4x4/6-Speed truck. For an objective measurement, I placed a decibel meter 36 inches forward of the engine cowling and measured an ambient noise level of 71 decibels on the A-scale (dbA) with the engine at idle in neutral. The oil is famous, and known for exceeding Harley Davidson warranty requirements. In fact it seems that the noise is definitely coming from the rear differential. Perfect from PARK to any GEAR. I say it's loud. It should "clunk" when you put it in gear. While driving there will be slight "clunking" noise but nothing like when i first accelerate. Auto and pickup transmissions generally do this with a synchronizer, a device that matches the speed of the shaft and the gear smoothly, using a co. there is no metal in the lower unit oil and the dealer said everything was in specs. I have heard many people say that when they ride their HD for the first few times until them get used to the loud clunk of the transmission dropping into the next gear. I've checked all the wheel nuts and they're fine, so its not that (although it kind sounds like it did when I had some loose ones of my previous car!). Shifts and operates fine all other times. This happens only from neutral. Our man Redpath at MotoGP Werks says a really big clunk when shifting into first often means a warped steel plate, especially if the bike creeps when you rev it with the clutch in and in gear. Hi Z Crew! When I hop into my car in the underground after it has been sitting all night and after I warm up the engine for a few minutes I put it into reverse and I hear some sort of clunking noise in the rear end like a metal clunk (not grinding at all). This is the boot or cover for the CV joint. went on a road (shopping). Every morning, or after the car has sat for a while, there is a loud clank from the engine area when I shift it into reverse. I have 30,000 on my 1800 and the clunk is a lot less now than it was when I got it. Lynn Johnson (Floridia), Harley Davidson. A clunking, grinding, humming or whining sound when you shift gears almost always mean a problem with the shifter linkage. downshifting you still have to keep the revs up a bit, you can't back off the throttle and just shift down, it will clunk. shifting a /5 takes some getting used to. Some harder than others. Loud clunk and rough shifting into reverse when cold Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by gobie18, Oct 22, 2018. This is also the same Harley that Aaron rode at the 2018 TROG or The Race of Gentlemen. I brought it into the mechanic thinking it was something to do with the transmission. Mine has quieted down considerably. Not real noticeable going from a stop to 1st but in every gear i hear itI'm 90% sure the u-joints need replaced but to me it just doesnt seem like the u-joints would make that loud of a clunk and i can feel it too. I'm starting to think it's the output shaft, as others have said, but when I was underneath doing the RMM I tried moving it back and forth and it wouldn't budge. 71 auto, loud clunk shifting to reverse only when warm. When the u-joints on the drive shaft are bad, there is an audble clunk when you accelerate and when slowing down (basically the same motions you go through when shifting gears). Shifting into any gear I get a clunk, cant tell if its from the tranny or the rear diff, maybe even driveline. When the engine gets warmed up, the shifting get louder and louder. Yes, you only need to replace the front bolts. Use a 15mm socket to loosen the locknut, screw the knob down until tight. He may find a bad us joint, but typically its a transmission engaging harshly thing. It has no synchronizers like a car transmission. I think it sounds similar to a hammer hitting the housing very hard. First unveiled in 2014, the prototype phase is over and the LiveWire has entered production. So I own a 03 chevy cavalier with the 2. Harley has loud clunk when shifting I have a 2004 RK classic Harley with about 9,000 miles on it. You should hear my son-in-laws Kaw 1600, now that thing has a clunk. Loud Clunk: when the 4WD disengages. I have a concern and that is when I shift from first to second I get a loud thunk when the gears mesh, this only happens from first to second and second to first also on occasion from second to third. I have learned to live with the clunk. I am posting here in TRANSMISSION as the most approprate place but it may be just drivetrain related. I'm having a simliar issue with my 2000 Buick LeSabre: Any time the vehicle hasn't been driven for several hours, if I shift from Park directly into Reverse, there is a pretty good 'Clunk'. 3L First thing in the morning when I shift from park into reverse I instantly get a metal clunk directly from the center of the truck as the tranny engages. Re: Click/clunk when shifting from park Post by chrism » 21 Sep 2012, 00:53 My wife's S80 has been making a noise like that pretty much since we bought it 45,000 miles ago. Odd sound when shifting into Reversethoughts? - posted in Transmission & Drivetrain: Hi guys here is the situation. Is it normal for a odyssey to make a loud noise when shifting forward or reverse. For the last 2-3 months I'm hearing and feeling a clunking or rattling noise (I can't decide which it is) coming from the rear of the vehicle at random times. This auto-adjuster was installed that year on Dyna’s, and starting in 2007 on the rest of the v-twin fleet. When I shift from park to reverse and neutral to drive, I am getting a clucking noise. Mine has quieted down considerably. The dogs engage hard when they are in good condition and that clunk is usually a good sign not a bad one. So, when I engage my clutch from a standstill, forward or reverse, there's a loud clunk noise. Sound I hear going into 1 & 2 especially. If you are worried that there might be something wrong, find someone you know who has ridden a lot of Harleys to take your bike around the block and ask his/her opinion. by alan (Salem, Ohio) Clunk is barely noticeable when started cold and shifting to reverse. I've checked all the wheel nuts and they're fine, so its not that (although it kind sounds like it did when I had some loose ones of my previous car!). I have the same problem, whenever I shift from neutral to First, loud clunk. A weak u-joint can also cause a vibration at lower or higher speeds. noise when shifting gears humming and clunking noise while driving coming from the transmission. After shifting between 1st and reverse to try and get it going (and checking to see of someone had put a brick under one of the tyres for a laugh!) i put in a few more revs and after a loud clunk that came from the middle of the car somewhere it got going. Not when you are going from Neutral to FWD/Reverse, but once the motor is all the way in gear. Beatles, have you taken the MSF course yet? You should always keep your engine in the proper rpm range for the speed you are going. It is not always a loud stiff feeling clunk but it is most of the time. Clunking noises during shifting or transmission engagement can only be due to the engine mounts, drivetrains and suspension linkages. Hi All, Just a quick one, as i'm quite new to mid-capacity bikes. If I keep my foot on the gas and hold a steady 20-25 mph I do not get the clank but is I cost over the dip I hear a loud clank. I thought "clunk" was the norm for Britt bikes. 0L, Here is the “clunking” noise I hear> 1) If I am driving up hill, and want to speed up, I punch the gas and get a big clunk almost as if the entire underneath is “loose” 2) I will be at a stop in say heavy traffic, let off brake, little or no acceleration and hard “clunk” upon first shift?. Today I also noticed a slight clunk when slowing to a stop right around when it downshifts to first. If the bike is moving at say below 5 mph, when I shift into first, it seems to get the clunk more. This is also the same Harley that Aaron rode at the 2018 TROG or The Race of Gentlemen. This auto-adjuster was installed that year on Dyna’s, and starting in 2007 on the rest of the v-twin fleet. This may seem like a challenge to master, but shifting gears is really a simple process. Loud clunking when shifting from park to reverse, or from drive to reverse. All I do is shift from second into neutral and coast to a stop. My transmission on my 2002 clunks when I shift into reverse from a cold start. I don't mean to nitpick but a clunk is likely much more of a problem (i. I actually noticed how bad it was today while my old lady was driving it. Its a five speed '04 fxstbi 95". Any difference before and after repair work? Is the MIL indicating? Ensure engine mounts bolts are all secured and torqued. The 2010 Ford F-150 has 9 problems reported for clunk when accelerating. never done this before. '99 chevy 2500 116,000 mi- has a lound clunk when shifting from reverse to drive and drive to reverse. If you need to be in first,. Just started today, when I am completely stopped and start to accelerate there is loud "clunking" noise from the front end and almost feels like the center of my truck. bmrfabrication. It never happens at speed, just the initial load of pulling away and sometimes braking to a halt. Its mainly an issue when I go from turning left to right (or vise versa) at slow speeds or in certain parking situations. The harder I accelerate the harder the thump. i just had power divider fixed and i wonder if the. What makes this one exciting beyond the bike itself is that it appeared on both Fast N’Loud and Shifting Gears. Clunk noise when driving slowly or when coming to a full stop. And while driving loud thump when car motor shifts through RPMs. Never has this before, so I dont know what could be causing it. All normal clunking gets louder as mentioned when you move from P-R on a hill, and it's louder as the incline is steeper. Folks - last two times when I went out, there was a very noticeable clunking noise when shifting from neutral into either forward or reverse gear. Meaning you push in the clutch while keeping the gas to the floor while you bang the next gear. That said, yes they are notchy when shifting, BUT, you can overcome most if not all of it. ASK KEVIN: Would You Please Explain a “Seamless” Gearbox? By Kevin Cameron. You should hear my son-in-laws Kaw 1600, now that thing has a clunk. I was at the dealership with my friend who is buying the F**d. Clunking noise can sometimes be heard with 1st to 2nd up shift and is somewhat difficult to shift at times. Ever since I bought my Corrado back in 2001 it has always exhibited loud clunks from the front end. Sound I hear going into 1 & 2 especially. You will get the "clunk" if you shift out or into 4wd when there is load or torque on the drive line. When the bike is moving and I shift from 1st to 2nd and vice versa, I hear a faily loud clunk. The shows plot synopsis with "Shifting Gears with Aaron Kaufman," is a simple one. The loud clunking sound that you hear when you let the clutch out is the noise coming from the clutch basket and compensator. Don't try to ease into it. I'm not entirely sure as to the intent of the question. when driving aggressively, occaisionally I get a loud clunk in the transmission when it shifts from 3rd to 4th. br/public/j51x/d735. Vstar 1300 loud clunk when down shift to 2nd & 1st. Same sound when going from 2nd to 3rd. Not when you are going from Neutral to FWD/Reverse, but once the motor is all the way in gear. U joints look fine. No slop, in/out or up/down/side-to-side play in the pinion at all. 3rd, nothing. He was able reproduce the noise and found the service bulletin regarding the driveline clunk. The clunk I generally hear is just the gears engaging. I installed an aftermarket billet aluminum shifter bracket, and it fixed most of the shifting issues, but holy shit, did the NVH get LOUD. 2016 R/T - Clunk Shifting Into Park When I shift from Drive into Park, I hear a loud clunk and the vehicle jerks. Work with it some. Pulled over and shifted into park another loud clunk from the rear, shift to reverse same issue and to drive same issue. Sometimes I hear the same clank when shifting into drive, but not always. At low speeds - 10 mph or less - there is a clunking sound that seems to be coming from under the hood near center of the car. I've got a "clunk" sound that occurs intermittently, primarily when I'm idling in gear, but occassionally when backing off of the throttle after accelerating or even less so, while accelerating. They do make a noise when you downshift but it shouldn't be so loud that it's distracting. Stripes Make You Faster!. If you need to be in first,. Here is my setup,1pcs ALUM drive Shaft300zx N/A VLSDJ30 AxelsAGX Kyb ShocksTien S tech springsK-Sport camber arms PROBLEM:When I take off in first and I let the clutch go kinda fast you can hear a Clunk/Thud in the rear end sounds like the diff or something is jumping up. I've got 35k miles on my R. When the u-joints on the drive shaft are bad, there is an audble clunk when you accelerate and when slowing down (basically the same motions you go through when shifting gears). N-1 is the worst. I have heard many people say that when they ride their HD for the first few times until them get used to the loud clunk of the transmission dropping into the next gear. Fiat owners may have noticed an occasional noise or clunk while turning the steering wheel. The Clunk does not go away on it's own (at least the clunk to which I am referring; I could have the wrong one clunky BMWs). So I own a 03 chevy cavalier with the 2. And the clunking or grind is univeral in every manual transmission (excluding Tiptronics or newer trannies). While driving there will be slight "clunking" noise but nothing like when i first accelerate. I changed to a full Syn 5-40 and now the clunk is very loud. Big Clunk Shifting into First After being in neutral at a red light, I'll pull in the clutch and drop into first and *sometimes* the bike lurches forward a bit and makes a pretty loud 'clunk' - sometimes it does not. It is probably dry slip yoke splines. Again, it's very slight, and I can avoid it by creeping to a stop or accelerating extremely slowly. Next to your engine, the transmission is the most important part of your drivetrain. also when i let off throttle and then get back on it,it clunks and sounds like there is slack in either driveline or trans. How to Shift Gears on a Motorcycle. That would be one of my main recommendations to Victory to improve their bikes appeal. If I'm easy on the gas pedal is doesn't happen, or if it does it's much softer. The service advisor stated "well you know it has a six speed transmission" on several occasions when I brought it in for service for this issue. it has new power divider and clutch and clutch brake. Related Articles. When I put it into first gear from a complete stop it makes a pretty loud clunk. could cause a loud clunk when the transmission is shifted between Drive and Reverse. You could be the next Gentleman to sit upon this stead for a cool $20,000. Loud clunk when shifting from into 1st or reverse. I actually noticed how bad it was today while my old lady was driving it. No clunk when you shift or stop either. That is the selenoids opening/closing the valves in the valve body when shifting. That's what you complain about to the dealer. I was at the dealership with my friend who is buying the F**d. 4th and 5th gear shifted really quiet. This is also the same Harley that Aaron rode at the 2018 TROG or The Race of Gentlemen. When the u-joints on the drive shaft are bad, there is an audble clunk when you accelerate and when slowing down (basically the same motions you go through when shifting gears). If I wait a bit and then shift into reverse it is OK. Harley-Davidson sells the vast majority of its bikes and paraphernalia in the USA. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Why does your 95 dodge neon makes a loud clunk grind noise when you shift from park to any other gear? Your probably letting your transmission roll forward or backwards after you put it into park. On a cold start this sound will be feint when shifting from reverse to neutral but after warming up I never hear it again (only when shifting into reverse). As long as the transmission shifts into gear easily and doesn't make any. You will get the "clunk" if you shift out or into 4wd when there is load or torque on the drive line. Every bike ive ridden, when engaging first gear there is a loud clunk noise and the bike jerks forward a little bit. It happens maybe 3 or 4 times a day. I'm used to the clunk when shifting into first but I recently went out for a spin and noticed some loud clunking while shifting through other gears. i had a problem last year it was making a shunk shunk shunk like a rub and a clunk all in one. just a bit more on my problem the car drives superb no probs when hot or driving for approx 5 miles or so,but leave the car for 2 to 3 hours start driving again and yep you guessed it clunk when shifting up or down then dissappears whilst driving fior 5 or more miles etc. From day one, the clunking was very loud when shifting into first and less so at speed shifting into higher gears. main complaints being gear clash noise and hard shifting. I have a 2012 CRV EX-L with 1200 miles on it. i chalked it up to shifting under load but geez. I changed to a full Syn 5-40 and now the clunk is very loud. This is a discussion on Clunk noise when driving slowly or when coming to a full stop within the Dodge Dart General Discussion forums, part of the Dodge Dart Forum - Dodge Dart Discussion category; Originally Posted by jgeis I also have the latest update and my transmission still clunks when driving at low speeds. I drove in a F**d F150 2011 5. This clunk also seems to happen when I also start out and it is shifting from 1st to 2nd. During the warranty period, the transmission developed a loud "clunk" that shakes the whole truck when downshifting on a hill. You can try different stuff like holding the driveshaft while moving the wheel to see if it's in the rear end, or grab the driveshaft with all four wheels on the ground and trying to turn it to. harley grinding when shifting into 1st, how long does ot take grinding gears on a motorcycle to ruin it, loud bang from neutral to first on victory vision, motorcycle clutch 1st gear hits hard, motorcycle first gear grinding, motorcycle grinds from nutral to 1st gear, motorcycle grings going into first, motorcycle neutral to first gear loud,. When shifting to reverse or drive from a stop there is a loud clunk u joints have been replaced as well as the differentials what else could it be?. It will not do it all the time in drive though. Loud clunk when stopping hard and accelerating after the clunk Recently at about 84K miles my 2004 2nd Gen Prius has started exhibiting a "clunk" sound coming from what sounds and feels like is the left side of the car. There is a clunking noise when I shift from park to reverse and vice versa. A Harley transmission is a heavy duty transmission because the Softail is a heavy bike. My shift from 2nd to 3rd, and 5th to 6th was always a little touchy, and now it is much smoother. It also has a noticeable squat when transferring gears from P. 2013 victory 8 ball loud shifting, gear noise when taking off victory judge, honda stateline motorcycle shifting gear noise, is it normal for honda fury motorcycles to clung when shifting, loud shifting victory motorcycle, noisy shifting motorcycle, victory high ball first gear noise, victory highball making noise, victory motorcycle clunk shift,. It is fair to say that the Ford Territory and Falcon are two of the most popular vehicles on Australian roads. Loud clunk when shifting from into 1st or reverse. Both of these models are prone to high rates of wear in some rear suspension components, such as the rear differential bushing. There is no noise at all until you get to about 25mph. Sometimes finding these clunking noises can literally drive you nuts. 0L, Here is the "clunking" noise I hear> 1) If I am driving up hill, and want to speed up, I punch the gas and get a big clunk almost as if the entire underneath is "loose" 2) I will be at a stop in say heavy traffic, let off brake, little or no acceleration and hard "clunk" upon first shift?. This may seem like a challenge to master, but shifting gears is really a simple process. Folks - last two times when I went out, there was a very noticeable clunking noise when shifting from neutral into either forward or reverse gear. We welcome all Voyagers (those who Voyage) whether you ride a Kawasaki Voyager or not, all brands are welcomed to join!. It's not really bad, but definately noticeable. Harley First Gear Problem. Spectro's technology makes it the perfect oil on long drives and heavy use because the oil does not get affected by high loads and extreme heat. At low speeds - 10 mph or less - there is a clunking sound that seems to be coming from under the hood near center of the car. if all is well in the transmission and hard shifting persists you may want to think about 80-90 gear oil by. if it's jsut a small clicking, then i agree it's the brake pads shifting. [QUOTE=PSU 98] I've got the same noise, a clunk when shifting the car into D or R. Harley) submitted 5 years ago * by codelitt '04 Softail Build Hey gents, I'm a recent owner of my first Harley!. I changed to a full Syn 5-40 and now the clunk is very loud. Hi, folks, I have a '97 Ranger with about 120k, 5 spd manual transmission, 2wd. Only occurs when shifting into reverse. I've made a habit when cold starting to roll the bike at least some with it in gear and the clutch pulled, helps get things moving a bit. For the last 2-3 months I'm hearing and feeling a clunking or rattling noise (I can't decide which it is) coming from the rear of the vehicle at random times. Why does my driveline make a clunking noise? UPDATE: This product from BMR claims to fix it: Http://www. If I start the bike pull in the lever and put it into 1st gear to ride off it clunks, but if I start the bike pull in the clutch lever. Go to work, get off, start the car, put it in reverse, let out the clutch, and I hear a clunk from the back. Loud Noise When shifting from P > D or R I recently purchased a 1998 Nissan Altima, I noticed a few days later that when I put the car in Drive or Reverse, I can hear a loud noise that sound kind of like a grind/blender. The service advisor stated "well you know it has a six speed transmission" on several occasions when I brought it in for service for this issue. While driving there will be slight "clunking" noise but nothing like when i first accelerate. Others have described the automatic transmission in their vehicles as "slipping," "jerky" or "rough. 0 liter engine 6 speed and it was fine no clunk. Tentenths, that's good to hear and matches to what my dealer and Powerstation have said above. I cannot see taking it back and trying to throw money at the. Almost a thumping sound. Far from a finely tuned mechanical musical instrument, if you hear these types of noises under your hood when your car is shifting gears, you need a certified, experienced technician to inspect your transmission. Location: Redwood City, Bay Area, CA, USA. Here is my setup,1pcs ALUM drive Shaft300zx N/A VLSDJ30 AxelsAGX Kyb ShocksTien S tech springsK-Sport camber arms PROBLEM:When I take off in first and I let the clutch go kinda fast you can hear a Clunk/Thud in the rear end sounds like the diff or something is jumping up. So you did a PCM (whatever that is) update and the clunk is gone. A couple of months ago it started to clunk when it was in a4wd. The Harley-Davidson LiveWire is an electric motorcycle under development by Harley-Davidson, their first electric vehicle. [QUOTE=PSU 98] I've got the same noise, a clunk when shifting the car into D or R. Try shifting a manual tranny without the clutch, same thing. Diagnosing A Clunk. shifting a /5 takes some getting used to. After it clunks, you have to pull it forward then back it up to make it clunk. When I back up , tap the brakes I get a front end clunk. My 1994 van has the same. I have not been able to get this to recreate for the dealer, and there are no fault codes. Above 30-35mph car was shaking like driving on flat tires. Today I also noticed a slight clunk when slowing to a stop right around when it downshifts to first. I get a clunking noise coming from the rear end, occasionally. Not when you are going from Neutral to FWD/Reverse, but once the motor is all the way in gear. It just happens randomly. it has new power divider and clutch and clutch brake. The clunk does go away immediately and I do not hear any type of grinding or anything out of the norm at all while the prop is engaged. The oil is famous, and known for exceeding Harley Davidson warranty requirements. I've got 35k miles on my R. While driving there will be slight "clunking" noise but nothing like when i first accelerate. Not sure what the "clunk" could be. Harsh thud or clunk when shifting from Park or N to Drive or Reverse Hi all, Been reading through some threads related to clunks when shifting into D or R as well as threads on clunks while in gear and slowing or accelerating. There are some basic tenets that you should remember to keep the ride safe and memorable. When shifting to reverse or drive from a stop there is a loud clunk u joints have been replaced as well as the differentials what else could it be?. Rear End Clunk Ok guys, last night I was leaving my buddies house in my '83 944 and as I drove over some railroad tracks I heard a really loud clunking noise. Does anyone know how I can stop my 2004, 883 sportsters gearbox from clunking when I change through the gears, it clunks changing up and also when changing down. When I put it into reverse, it makes a loud 'clunk'. Now I saw my brother's 2012 Civic SI and he has a black pad to stop that clunking noise when he clutches in all the way. Reason, Harley will not pay if no defective part found. This is normal, especially with a person new to the bike. So I own a 03 chevy cavalier with the 2. Loud Clunk shift from Neutral If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. It doesn't happen all of the time, but when it does, it's obvious and obnoxious sounding, you can't miss it. It happens when im stopped then hit the gas, and i might give it 1/8 throttle of gas if that maybe 1/4 max. Its a five speed '04 fxstbi 95". How you shift gears, however, will depend on whether your motorcycle has a manual transmission or a semi-automatic. I know the clunk of which you speak. Page 1 of 2 - Loud sound when engaging reverse gear (CVT) - posted in Maintenance & Repairs: Mitsubishi ASX with CVT (3 months) Got this problem in the mornings when engaging the reverse gear after the car is parked overnight on a level ground. The clunk only happens on occasion which is strange. It doesn't happen on every shift too, the reason I don't think the RMM helps is it happens even when I'mdriving at parking lot speeds/pace putting very little stress on the. It's loud and disconcerting. when i start it up i let the rpm drop to 750 before i shift into gear. As long as the transmission shifts into gear easily and doesn't make any. Spectro's technology makes it the perfect oil on long drives and heavy use because the oil does not get affected by high loads and extreme heat. 2010 HONDA ODYSSEY LX, 14,000 miles, 3. I'm starting to think it's the output shaft, as others have said, but when I was underneath doing the RMM I tried moving it back and forth and it wouldn't budge. Both of these models are prone to high rates of wear in some rear suspension components, such as the rear differential bushing. It happens maybe 3 or 4 times a day. For the last 2-3 months I'm hearing and feeling a clunking or rattling noise (I can't decide which it is) coming from the rear of the vehicle at random times. Front end pop/clunk If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. I am posting here in TRANSMISSION as the most approprate place but it may be just drivetrain related. 2 years 7 months ago #157197 by K. If you hold the clutch in for a few seconds before shifting it helps when shifting into first at a start. Began to hear a faint high pitched squeal in the transmission at highway speeds, along with a noticeable "clunk" in the engine at startup and shutdown. My transmission on my 2002 clunks when I shift into reverse from a cold start. It happens only occasionally, specifically when I start to brake, accelerate or sometimes when I let go of the gas. Sometimes in slowing down to approach an intersection I hear a loud clunk, day it would not shift itself out of 3rd gear wether I. Put it into gear and the transmission starts to pull, then the loading hitting the clutch causes the plates to fully separate and release. For the last 2-3 months I’m hearing and feeling a clunking or rattling noise (I can’t decide which it is) coming from the rear of the vehicle at random times. It happens about every 5 seconds or so, but stops as soon as the clutch is pulled in, or the bike is taken out of gear. About now I'm thinking my U-joints are going bad. Harley has loud clunk when shifting I have a 2004 RK classic Harley with about 9,000 miles on it. I start driving and testing the situation out. Tonyx wrote:Just read on other forum: your half shaft bolt may be the culprit. Some research indicated that the problem was … Continue reading →. The 10 Transmission Problems to Never Ignore. If I'm easy on the gas pedal is doesn't happen, or if it does it's much softer. The Dyna and many others will make a clunk as power from the motor first meets the resistance of moving a big heavy bike. I have a 2002 chevrolet silverado z71 4x4 p/u with a 5. main complaints being gear clash noise and hard shifting. Put it into gear and the transmission starts to pull, then the loading hitting the clutch causes the plates to fully separate and release. When shifting gears, there's often an. So lately my truck has been making a clunk noise almost every time i accelerate. It doesnt make the sound when i shift around 4k rmp, but at 2k rmp shifts its noticable. Even if it's not broken, clunking during shifting is normal. Today I also noticed a slight clunk when slowing to a stop right around when it downshifts to first. I could back up some more, so i put the truck back into reverse and when I did, the transmission made a fairly loud clunk. Transmission seems to shift okay. Clunking noise when gas pedal is pushed with video. When I shift from park to reverse and neutral to drive, I am getting a clucking noise. There is a brake that can slip when the washer is agitating but usually that makes a squeal or squeak sound. i cant tell because its subtle sometimes and frickin loud other times. Only occurs when shifting into reverse. It doesn't happen on every shift too, the reason I don't think the RMM helps is it happens even when I'mdriving at parking lot speeds/pace putting very little stress on the. It just makes it worse. Get shopping advice from experts, friends and the community! Loud bang or clunk between each cycle in my Kenmore Washer 11022902100. Going from 2 to 4 wheel drive is perfect. While holding down the brake and revving hard and fast it make the loud clunk every time. Not real noticeable going from a stop to 1st but in every gear i hear itI'm 90% sure the u-joints need replaced but to me it just doesnt seem like the u-joints would make that loud of a clunk and i can feel it too. Adusting the clutch per Clutchwiz's procedure hasn't helped. Also listen for the clunking sounds you heard while driving. It's starting to snow around here and when I disengaged the 4WD yesterday it made a loud ass clunk and I think my truck even slid on. Is a distinct, audible "ker-chunk" noise coming from the rear end of your Vette? Sometimes this noise manifests itself from the front end as well. This is my first bike with a drive shaft (R1200GS) and I am concerned with the noise I hear when shifting or disengaging the clutch, especially when down shifting (for engine break) from 3rd to 2nd gear. Do you know what type of oil the bike has in it? May have wrong oil or the clutch may need adjusting. - Answered by a verified Motorcycle Mechanic We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website. My 2016 Scout makes a loud clunk sound when shifting from first to second gear. The tranny shifts fine while driving. The transmission/transfer case makes a loud clunk when shifting into reverse. Should I just assume that's how the Si is? Are we really sure why it sounds like that on a lot of them? Thanks! (I typically shift at 3k on this car, but in neighborhoods more like 2. I have a 2007 C50 and I have not noticed the shift making a loud noise. I'm having a simliar issue with my 2000 Buick LeSabre: Any time the vehicle hasn't been driven for several hours, if I shift from Park directly into Reverse, there is a pretty good 'Clunk'. Here is my setup,1pcs ALUM drive Shaft300zx N/A VLSDJ30 AxelsAGX Kyb ShocksTien S tech springsK-Sport camber arms PROBLEM:When I take off in first and I let the clutch go kinda fast you can hear a Clunk/Thud in the rear end sounds like the diff or something is jumping up. The noise sounds like someone hitting a metal pole with a wrench, and it comes from underneath the car. The same clunk sound was heard on my father-in law's 4x4 Ford Bronco and when he had the driveshaft greased the noise disappeared too. My transmission on my 2002 clunks when I shift into reverse from a cold start. My 1994 van has the same. I start driving and testing the situation out. A clunk going from neutral to first is common on most bikes as the clutch plates stick together a bit because of the oil. Before the first oil change I had a slight clunk when shifting from neutral to 1st or reverse. Well, it depends on what you call a "clunk". Loud Clunk: when the 4WD disengages. Its called harsh engagement or shifting and there has been a few TSBs on harsh shifting. That's normal. The rearend has a clunk between 1st and 2nd during hard acceleration. I am not familiar with how the chassis is put up together so any thought are welcome. hey i just bought 93 pete 3406e-cat and super ten trans. it is important to get the revs up and preload a bit on the up shift. Loud clunk when shifting from into 1st or reverse. Has anyone ever encountered this?. The transmission fluid also helps eliminate the shifting clunk found in most bikes. Kinda jumping in on here late, but I also have clunking from my transmission, mainly going from any gear to reverse. Odd sound when shifting into Reversethoughts? - posted in Transmission & Drivetrain: Hi guys here is the situation. NV5600 shift pattern on knob rotates - use a small screwdriver to pry it out and reseat it. Even I'm deaf but this one is so loud I can hear it when I put my head near the rear diff. 2016 R/T - Clunk Shifting Into Park When I shift from Drive into Park, I hear a loud clunk and the vehicle jerks. The clunk does not, as far as I can tell, happen when pulling away in 1st, or when changing from 2nd to 3rd. If it's extremely loud or seems to cause the boat to vibrate, I would have it checked out, but a small "clunk" as you describe when shifting from neutral into forward or reverse is normal. it shifts once like it should then it clunks another time really hard. I have a 2007 C50 and I have not noticed the shift making a loud noise. I dont know about the rest of you but i tend to get nervous when my sporty does anything quietly. Everything's fine when shifting up, but when shifting down, I pull in the clutch, shft with the lever, but only when I let out the clutch halfway or so does the lower gear, and the gear lever, "clunk" into place. I'll probably change all the fluids since it is probably time so what should I use for the tranny. If you're new to geared motorcycles, and I reckon that is not the case, I suggest you choose a more basic, cheap motorcycle to learn gear shifting. Embrace the clunk. Even if it's not broken, clunking during shifting is normal. The more you practice, the more muscle memory you build and the smoother your shifting will become. Also listen for the clunking sounds you heard while driving. Loud Clunk when Shifting from Park to Drive or Reverse And I thought it was the CV in there and figured since they don't sell just the CV for these cars I had to buy a new driveshaft. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. com and the Rodie told me to bring it here so here I am. On 4 different bikes with clunking issues (stumpjumper -xx1, Enduro -xx1, Demo -x9, and a Blur Lt- x0) I popped the t55 off, loosened the 4mm/3mm bolt until the clunk stopped, added a little grease into the opening and put the t55 back into place. Assume your noise is gone. It doesn't happen on every shift too, the reason I don't think the RMM helps is it happens even when I'mdriving at parking lot speeds/pace putting very little stress on the. The thump does not occur at stops or shifting. Good morning, sir. Usually the clunk is from N or P to Drive. I can't figure out what's wrong with my transmission. Before the first oil change I had a slight clunk when shifting from neutral to 1st or reverse. A couple of months ago it started to clunk when it was in a4wd. When my bike recently developed the dreaded Dyna "clunk," I decided it was time for a few changes. I guess that the driveshaft was the problem and greasing it solved the clunk problem. My Profile My quite a loud clunk. There is a very loud and pronounced clunk that definitely sounds wrong. If you have a click from the front of the vehicle when engaging reverse or drive and while maneuvering at low speeds, then you likely have something called axle ping which the xc90 axle bolts will fix. When done I'm thinking of selling,and buying something new, just paid off house. but soon after when i was accelerating hard and shifting from 1st to 2nd i could hear a loud clunk coming from somewhere but could not directly locate it. Loud clunk shifting from D to N when standing still. It's loud and disconcerting. is from not getting the bike completely into gear. It has only happened a few times in the last 10 days but it is kind of unnerving when it happens. Loud clunk and rough shifting into reverse when cold Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by gobie18, Oct 22, 2018. Some 2015-2017 Escape and MKC vehicles without a vehicle dynamic suspension system and built on 1-Apr-2015 and through 1-Oct-2016 may exhibit a rattle and/or clunking noise from the rear suspension while driving over bumps and/or making turns at low speeds. i cant tell because its subtle sometimes and frickin loud other times. On a cold start this sound will be feint when shifting from reverse to neutral but after warming up I never hear it again (only when shifting into reverse). The service advisor stated "well you know it has a six speed transmission" on several occasions when I brought it in for service for this issue. when i put it in first gear from nuetral mine clunks once. This happens only from neutral. To explain, I drove the car for about 20 minutes with the air conditioning on (90+ degrees). It doesn't happen all of the time, but when it does, it's obvious and obnoxious sounding, you can't miss it. Were I am concerned is that it clunks loudly even when just sitting at a stop in my driveway and shifting into 1st gear for the first time after it warms up. A Harley transmission is a heavy duty transmission because the Softail is a heavy bike. There is a clunk while having the car in reverse and power braking it. My 2005 harley road started making a clunking noise when shifting on saturday,almost like trying to shift without a - Answered by a verified Motorcycle Mechanic We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website. Harley First Gear Problem. The harder I accelerate the harder the thump. Shifting gears on a motorcycle can be challenging. 3rd, nothing. 5, under warranty but dealer can't solve. It actually seems louder upshifting than down shifting. Is all this rattling/clunking the RMM? The FoST at the octane academy made the same loud clunk when shifted hard all the time. 5k rpms and in gears one to four when up shifting. I start driving and testing the situation out. Put it into gear and the transmission starts to pull, then the loading hitting the clutch causes the plates to fully separate and release. Although, perhaps it would if I managed to jerk the car enough. How you shift gears, however, will depend on whether your motorcycle has a manual transmission or a semi-automatic. It is almost like the tranny goes into reverse as I am shifting past and then slams into park. Harley clutches have a reputation for really holding up well to slow speed manuevers with clutch feathering and parade duty. It will not do it all the time in drive though. 1985 Mercedes 300SD makes clunking noise when shifting back to 1st Hey guys I have a 1985 Mercedes 300sd that I just bought, engine sounds perfect and has very good power with 285k miles. Folks - last two times when I went out, there was a very noticeable clunking noise when shifting from neutral into either forward or reverse gear. from Also I get a clunking noise sometimes when shifting. When parking, the same load (due to incline) is imposed on the parking pawl. Leaking automatic transmission fluid is a relatively minor problem that only requires plugging the leak, but if the fluid is dark and smells burnt, some repairs. I've discovered a couple of tricks that Lessen the clunks. I have the same problem, whenever I shift from neutral to First, loud clunk. Does Clunking Go With Your Territory? 1 April 2015. I'm not the expert on these items, but the clunking noise is normal. No clutch rattle, and clunk was only slightly worse versus my smaller, lighter non-FLO-TORQ props. Almost like an old Harley. There are three motorcycle controls involved in shifting smoothly; the clutch lever, gear shift lever, and the throttle. Hello Everyone, I am new to VTX Cafe, but love what I have seen and read so far. Above 30-35mph car was shaking like driving on flat tires. i had a problem last year it was making a shunk shunk shunk like a rub and a clunk all in one. Hi, folks, I have a '97 Ranger with about 120k, 5 spd manual transmission, 2wd. He started it a few times and each time there was a loud BANG similar to the first occurance. That familiar “clunk” sounded slightly quieter than with the Syn3 oil… but this might have been my own perception since the shifting felt smoother. Notice: Undefined index: HTTP_REFERER in /home/comercialjd. Loud Bang When I Shift My Harley.

Harley Loud Clunk When Shifting