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Old 05-22-2008, 03:33 PM   #1
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Default Grinding/loud noise when pushing in clutch

Push the clutch to the floor and get a loud noise/grind.

Clutch? Tranny?

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what's making the noise? is the clutch not fully engauging?

check the fluid in the slave cylinder. my guess is the clutch is giving up the ghost...
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Input Shaft Bearing???
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Old 05-22-2008, 06:18 PM   #5
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2nd the throw out bearing...
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2nd the throw out bearing...
Yup, 3rd.
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Negative... Normally, your TO Bearing noise is when you are off the clutch at an idle or while driving. Depressing the clutch generally will make to bearing noise stop.
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But which bearing do you throw out? And what do you do after you throw it out.
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Negative... Normally, your TO Bearing noise is when you are off the clutch at an idle or while driving. Depressing the clutch generally will make to bearing noise stop.
we are both right for different reasons, when the bearing is loose or worn out they tend to make noise when the pedal is released, when the bearing has seized it will make noise when the pedal is depresed
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I would suspect the TO bearing first as well
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