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Old 08-19-2013, 05:44 PM   #1
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Clutch makes a slight chirp in Nuetral!!!

hey guys im new to the forums. I have an 03 mustang gt v8 and when I first turn the car on I hear a slight chirp when I rest my foot a tad on the clutch it stops. I hear nothing while im going through gears. I hear it can be a throwout bearing but I also hear it might just need to be lubed up a bit... I just put 80k on it 2 days ago and the gears shift pretty solid so I don't think I need a new clutch. help me out guys?
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Definitely sounds like a throw out bearing. And at that mileage, might as well do everything right the first time and replace the clutch as well. When you do change it, go for the ford racing TOB. It's a little more, but worth it, because it's said it doesn't wear as fast. When I changed mine, I put in a new pilot bearing ( probobly should while your there; it's cheap) and a new fork. The fork really doesn't need replacing though.
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Old 08-20-2013, 05:55 PM   #3
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yeah that's what iv been told it is but my clutch shifts pretty damn good still no grinds or slips....so I was told I can put a few more miles on it but do you have a link for the clutch you speak of....I was just gonna upgrade it to some kind of performance clutch but Idk whats good for a good price....also while im at it ill change the flywheel
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03 gt as well and mines always chirped
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I just got an exedy stage 2 from AM. Only reason being, it was on sale for less than the stage 1. I would replace the clutch at the same time. Too much work to go under there again for just the clutch. I also forgot to mention I just got my flywheel resurfaced. I didn't feel a need to buy a new one.
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Old 08-20-2013, 11:15 PM   #6
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yeah well Im sure im ok for now I don't have the time yet to do it think ill be good def till next summer at least
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