Whining Noise on 1995 Nissan Pathfinder

My Pathfinder makes a whiny noise shifting to second gear. Its an automatic and I just got the transmission fluid changed. Anyone know what's wrong?

by in Springboro, OH on June 16, 2009
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ANSWER by on June 16, 2009
Did it make this noise prior to the changing the transmission oil? When they serviced the transmission was the oil pan removed and if so did they mention any sign of debris in the transmission oil? Apart from the whining sound does the transmission appear to shift correctly?
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COMMENT by on June 17, 2009
yes it made the noise prior to the change of transmission. also, it shifts correctly besides the noise that comes with it
COMMENT by on June 17, 2009
I would go to a transmission shop and ask them to go for a drive with you, point out the noise and see what they say.
COMMENT by on June 18, 2009
alright thanks...do you think it is just a minor inexpensive problem or could this break the bank?
COMMENT by on June 18, 2009
Hard to say without hearing the noise or being told what is wrong. Shop around if you are told it needs the transmission overhauled. I hope it is something minor but go to a transmission shop and see what they have to say first.
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