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Old 02-22-2012, 10:14 PM   #1
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Anyone diagnose this?

quick question- When i push my clutch in it squeaks briefly midway through the push, and same when i let it out. Anyone know what that means?? ALSO when I'm at an idle in neutral and the clutch is out, i start hearing squeaking like its the belt or something until i push the clutch in. its only at an idle. and it just started doing. at least noticeably... Any help is appreciated
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Old 02-22-2012, 10:20 PM   #2
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Have you checked your Throwout bearing
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Old 02-22-2012, 11:13 PM   #3
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quick question- When i push my clutch in it squeaks briefly midway through the push, and same when i let it out. Anyone know what that means?? ALSO when I'm at an idle in neutral and the clutch is out, i start hearing squeaking like its the belt or something until i push the clutch in. its only at an idle. and it just started doing. at least noticeably... Any help is appreciated
Sounds a lot like chatter from you clutch. Probably is TObearing, as previously stated.
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is that hard to replace?
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is that hard to replace?
Honestly I'd just wait for it or your clutch to fail and replace them both, along with you pilot bearing. My TObearing has been chattering for 8months. Sometimes they chatter forever sometimes they chatter then blow.
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I want to get a stage 2 clutch.. so i could start saving for that and then replace it All together right?
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I want to get a stage 2 clutch.. so i could start saving for that and then replace it All together right?
Simply put, yes. And don't forget to either replace or resurface the flywheel. And do yourself a favor and replace the pilot bearing. It's like $15 for the top-end quality pilot bearing and you'll kick yourself if the PB starts acting up after your install if you don't replace.
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alright. sounds good. thanks! so its not smart to just replace the throwout bearing? if i could get that fixed and then later on replace the clutch that'd be awesome!
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alright. sounds good. thanks! so its not smart to just replace the throwout bearing? if i could get that fixed and then later on replace the clutch that'd be awesome!
Well you'd have to drop the clutch. And why replace what's not broken? Sometimes they just chatter. I've read where people replace them and they start chattering again within the following few days.
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Well you'd have to drop the clutch. And why replace what's not broken? Sometimes they just chatter. I've read where people replace them and they start chattering again within the following few days.
Ohh yea.. Well it just started! And people will think its my belt or some ****.
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Ohh yea.. Well it just started! And people will think its my belt or some ****.
Who cares what people think? Haha.
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Who cares what people think? Haha.
Forsure man. I forgot about that. Just makin sure nothings gonna quit on me
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