Yea, that's what I'm gonna do. I kinda narrowed it down to 2 things: When someone test drove it, they missed 3rd pretty bad..., Or it's a manufacturing defect. I hope the dealer takes care of it. I know it's not my fault, 'cause I've been pretty easy on the trans, no missed shifts or anything. We'll see what happens.Sorry to hear that, I would take it to the dealer if the problem doesn't go away very soon.
Well, I thought it was sometimes. It actually starts after I drive the car for awhile. I was kinda mis-lead because I was doing a lot of driving that day. So, first 10 minutes or so, its not there, then it starts.OK, I see. You mentioned that it sometimes grinds. When does it do that?
Same thing happend to me and i got a brand new tranny.:thumb: FTWat this point, the best thing you can do is give them anything necessary to make it repeatable. And you may have to tell them they have to drive it 10-15 minutes, or volunteer to go down and drive it until it starts acting up. if at that point they still arent helpful, raise hellfire and brimstone. One of the guys I work with had to go down on a saturday afternoon, and talk very loudly about how the service department was treating him like shit and not honoring his warranty. He didnt back down until, magically, someone finally offered to take car of him.
That site is full of neat info. I'll have to try the proper technique, hah. Thanks man!I have had the same experience with my new EVO SE. Before I got my EVO I owned a Acura RSX-S, they are famous for grinding gears. I was told on their forum to check out this website. www.turnfast.com It shows you how to properly shift. I am not trying to insult you, but it could be a technique issue. I learned alot from this site, and the grinding stopped.