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Alright, so I looked over the diagnostic list and saw that a potential cause was restricted fluid lines. And lo and behold the rear hard cooler line was kinked at the fitting. Probably from when we swapped out the tranny. So I replaced the cooler line a couple weeks ago. Took it for a test drive and no improvement on the noise.... Then, this past weekend, I was out of town so she sat in the driveway. Then I hop in on Tuesday to go to work and no buzzing noise. I thought maybe it would come back but 2 days and no noise. I just took it hot rodding around the block a few times to check it out and still no noise. So, maybe its fixed. I have not tried to erase the code yet. My question is does this seem like a feasible action and result? Also, can anybody give me a little information regarding the direction and action on the fluid as it travels to and from the cooler? So that I could wrap my head around what I was experiencing and how I was able to fix it? Thank you all for your responses...
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