Transmission Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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If the fluid level has risen this may be an issue with the transmission fluid pump failing.I have seen the fluid pump fail in the past before and causes this issue here needing replaced.This may also be related to the knock noise or the input shaft is broken in the transmission causing all of these issues here.
The transmission/gearbox will have to be checked into further to locate which component is found to be at fault.Then from there it can be determined on what needs to be repaired or replaced.This may involve removing the gear box for full internal inspection for any damaged or broken components needing replaced.
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