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Squealing noise Doesnt do it all the time but it is getting worse. When driving or idling I have a fairly high pitch squealing noise coming from what appears transmission. When I push the clutch in it goes away. Wondering if it's maybe a release bearing or if anyone has any other ideas. Thanx in advance.

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Hi there, you are right... the squeeling from what you explained is the throw out bearing or release bearing .

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