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    My brother in law has A 95 with a AX15 transmission. The tranny has been making a whining sound for a while. The noise goes away when the clutch is pressed in and of course comes back as soon as you let it out. The whining speeds up and gets louder as the RPM's go up. We figured it was a throwout bearing and went to work replacing it. While we were in there we replaced the clutch, pressure plate and pilot bearing. We just got it all back together and fired it up and it still has the whining noise! Anyone have any other ideas?

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    Have you checked the play in the input and output shafts??
    Does the tranny have fluids??
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    It does have fluids. I did not check for play.

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    I had the same issue with my AX5. I just got a used tranny for 100 bones and swapped it out

    I know this in no way helps, but it's a solution.

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    The reason I mention input and output shafts.
    There is a bearing(2) holding both of them, one at each end.
    Also there is a roller bearing where the output shaft connect with the input shaft.
    When they go bad they whistle like crazy.
    If those roller bearing seize up the input and output shaft will weld together.(Meaning you will be lock in gear
    no matter if the sifter is in neutral)
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    The tranny is a rebuild that should still be under warranty. Looks like its coming out again!

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