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Old 12-30-2005, 05:27 PM
sammyman sammyman is offline
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Terrible noises from 3.0cs 1973

I own a 1973 3.0cs and I am hearing terrible grinding noises. I thought it was the transmission, so I did the full 5 speed upgrade. However, when I go up hills, I can still hear this grinding noise and vibrations in the floorboard. Does anyone know what this could be from?

Could it possibly be the drive shaft, or old engine mounts that allow the engine to bang against the firewall? Thanks
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