I see a transmission shop in your near future...Sagacious said:when i put it in gear i hear that ticking noise ( i dont have any exhaust leaks) but if i put the brake on and rev it a little the noise goes away... maybe that narrows it down a little??
Yes, my tranmissions symptoms where nearly exactly the same as yours. I'd put mine in any gear it would start making noise and if I gave it some gas or I was driving I couldn't hear it.Sagacious said:its a 700r4.. just came out of the tranny shop with less than 2 miles. the motor has less than 2000 miles on it. everything in the drivetrain has been replaced. did your ticking noise go away when you revved it up in gear a little higher? im assuming it was the same tranny by the year of your truck.
Is your tranny guy still around? I'd get it back to them ASAP and have them take a look.Sagacious said:well it does rise and fall with engine rpm but at a certain point it goes away. i remember i had a problem with the car wanting to die when i put it in gear. luckily it was just timing. it would be 350-400rpm barely chugging along and the ticking got faster when i fixed the timing and the car was at 800rpm. at about 1100rpm i dont hear it.
oh...the trans guy put in a new flexplate too... my old one was cupped a little.