I need a little help here, I took my 02 Ford ranger 4.0 4x4 to the shop for a shifting problem, (it's a manual) they shimmed the main Shaft, put in a new clutch, resurfaced the flywheel, new pilot and throwout beating. When I got the truck back it shifted perfect, but ten minuets after I left the truck started making a high pitched whining noise when under load. (When I accelerate, or if I rev the engine
) I brought the truck back and they said they needed to do all new bearings in the transmission
and the noise was nothing they did although I had never heard it before. I paid anther $1400 to have them pull the tranny soar again for that. After I picked the truck back up it did the same thing still. It's after about ten minuets of driving. I returned the truck yet again and they said it was a bad fan clutch and idler pulley so I replaced those, noise is still there.
JA: Have you heard this particular sound before?
Customer: Never, not until after I picked it up after the first set of repairs
JA: Are you hoping to fix this yourself? What have you tried so far?
Customer: Sorry that explanation was so long winded lol
JA: Anything else you think the mechanic should know?
Customer: I've narrowed it down to the drive terrain and I'm certain it has to do with something that happened at the shop. (Not necessarily there fault, maybe the got a bad pilot bearing or something?