trans clicks when driving any ideas on what i need to do to fix this

Asked by Jul 30, 2007 at 09:07 PM about the 1988 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have an 88 s10 blazer the trabs is leaking a small amount of fluid but the levels show ok when i put it in gear the trans clicks when i am driving is there anyone that has any idea on what this might be and how i might be able to fix this

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Hi slamminbeer, The clicking sound could be several things. You could be missing a tooth on a gear, you could be missing a tooth on the fly-wheel, your throw-out bearings could be going bad, or your parking stop could be interfering with the normal operation of the trans. With all that said, I would consult with a transmission specialist about what to do going forward. Good luck!

thanks for the info qnd i will take it to a trans shop and have them look at it once again thanks

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