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Whining noise from clutch

I have a Datsun 140Y (1979) and my clutch makes a horrible noise when I press the pedal. The gears chang with no problem though.
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The noise you hear is the 'clutch throwout bearing', which needs to be replaced.

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INSIDE THE TRANSMISSION...

I'm only an amateur
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One must have a serious cognitive challenge (sadly)
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It probably growls & grinds in other gears as well...
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but (in my opinion) incredibly poor guesses...!!

Sorry...!!

If you live in Northern California, Bay Area... I'd seriously consider the opportunity to testify in a recovery action... on your behalf...
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I have drawers full of DATSUN parts... so it could be a real show & tell project...

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