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Grinding noise when shifting into reverse.

Old 04-12-2019, 04:34 PM
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Grinding noise when shifting into reverse.

When my 2016 GLA45 (37k ODO) is cold it's makes a grinding noise when it shifts into reverse. It sounds just like when someone who isn't used to driving a stick is having a hard time finding the right gear or they are just shifting wrong.
It's still under warranty and I'm going to bring it in, I was just wondering if anyone else ever had this issue?

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Old 05-02-2019, 08:35 PM
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The only noise I hear is the parking break disengaging when I forget to release it. My 2015 is coming close to 30k. I had the DCT transmission fluid change service this week and the dealer upgraded the software to correct a problem I'm having with the stop/start system.
Didn't fix the problem, but the transmission seems to shift lot smoother and quicker now.
It will be interesting to know what they find with yours? I take it you had the rear Diff fluid changed at 20k and DCT fluid change at 30k?
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