Originally Posted by 1995boss
Have been hearing this horrible squeaking noise when I push in the clutch pedal and when I lift off it sounds sooo loud.
So im wondering if there is a spring I could put some lithium grease on or just replace. Is there even a spring? How hard is it to get to?
Anyone know what I'm taking about help me out.
You may have the stock quadrant, which is probably some form of plastic. If so, find a suitable replacement and plan to be aggravated for an hour or more unless you're quite small and agile.
If there's a spring, perhaps you've found an enigma. Honestly, it's been so many years since I've been under the dash of a manual trans Mustang, I can't really say what's there. I don't remember any spring with the clutch pedal though, as it's typically drawn back up by the other end(pressure plate).
This would be a fine time to replace the cable if it hasn't been done that you know of, or in several years. Whatever cable you get, make sure it's the factory stock cable.
You may want to get a firewall adjuster as well.
Originally Posted by Robbie94gt
I don't know if it a spring behind the clutc pedal or not. But mine sqeakes to when my foot is off the clutch. If I barley put pressure on the pedal it goes away. But it's the throwout bearing that is sqeaking. More than Likely
Correct! Definitely gonna be the throwout/release bearing.