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Old 06-27-2012, 08:40 AM   #1
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Hey guys,

I got my 99 XJ about a month ago. I use it as my DD for this summer, but have plans of changing that right before I go back to school. I have noticed recently that whenever I pull out or am cruising at a constant speed, my tranny seems to whine (pulling out) and has this little slight rubbing/grinding noise (constant speed). Should I check the fluid to see if it is good, change it, I really don't know. I have never done tranny work before.

And now for my front wheel. When traveling at any speed with my windows down and a wall or fence next to me, I hear this rattling noise coming from my passenger side wheel. I checked the lugs to see if they were tight, they all are. I tried rotating the tire with my hands and it was a little tight, but moved, but not fast enough to get a rattle. It also stopped spinning really quickly. This seems to me like my brakes might need some adjusting?

If anyone could offer up some advice I'd greatly appreciate it!!
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Manual or auto trans?
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It's the AW4 auto with a 4.0 L H.O.
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I'm no mechanic, but I'm thinking I need to change the tranny fluid and adjust or replace my brakes. Good ideas or no?
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