Clicking noise from transaxleon Dodge Spirit

A clicking noise may develop from the left front of the vehicle that varies with vehicle speed. Our technicians tell us that the cause may be the output gear bolt and stirrup contacting the rear cover of the transaxle. The repair involves replacing the transaxle rear cover, fluid filter, and any damaged output gear retention components.

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Average mileage : 63,600 (63,600–63,600)
3 Years Affected: 1992, 1993, 1994
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1992 Dodge Spirit63,600
Clicking heard at low speed--left front
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