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Old 05-29-2013, 09:02 PM   #1
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Sqeaking noise

So when my car is revved to about 1500-3000 rpm it makes a wierd sqeaking noise like a pulley is lose and its bouncing on the bearings. I checked my belts and pulleys and when looking at the engine and revving you cant hear it but when inside the car or driving by a building its very noticeable. So im thinking its something in the clutch it does it when its not engaged and while engaged, not a big deal but makes my car sound like a junker and also very annoying. If anyones had this problem and maybe has a solution let me know. Thanks!
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Sounds like your throw out bearing is going out.
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Sounds like your throw out bearing is going out.
What is that and how hard is it to fix?
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Have to take tranny off
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What is that and how hard is it to fix?
You have to take off the tranny to get to it and if the clutch has never been changed it would be a good time to do so. I just had all my stuff swapped out ( clutch, throw out bearing, rear main seal, adj cable, and fork )and I spend with labor around $700.

The throw-out bearing is essential to the smooth working of the clutch in a car with manual transmission. When you press the clutch, the throw-out bearing temporarily stops the flow of power to the car’s engine by taking pressure plate off the clutch disc. It does so by applying power to the release fingers of the pressure plate until they are pushed against the pressure plate spring force. This allows you to change gears easily without damaging your gear box.
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You have to take off the tranny to get to it and if the clutch has never been changed it would be a good time to do so. I just had all my stuff swapped out ( clutch, throw out bearing, rear main seal, adj cable, and fork )and I spend with labor around $700.

The throw-out bearing is essential to the smooth working of the clutch in a car with manual transmission. When you press the clutch, the throw-out bearing temporarily stops the flow of power to the car’s engine by taking pressure plate off the clutch disc. It does so by applying power to the release fingers of the pressure plate until they are pushed against the pressure plate spring force. This allows you to change gears easily without damaging your gear box.
Oh okay and yeah i would be doing it with my dad he knows all about that stuff, but what gets me is my car has 20k miles on it and does this sound typical for something with that low of miles?
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Throw out bearings can be dumb and fault early. Even tho you only have 20k miles age also is a factor. Make sure you buy a Ford Racing throw out bearing they are the best.
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