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Chirping noise when engine is started

When you start the engine you hear a chirping noise,as soon as you push the clutch in it stops,you can barely push in the clutch and it stops 2007 tacoma....thank you

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  • owldave Mar 16, 2009

     I have a 2005 Tacoma with same problem> The dealer wants 1500 bucks to put a new release bearing in. How hard is it to do it yourself?


  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    Noise gets louder

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The noise is from a worn out clutch pressure plate release bearing, replace it..

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