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Transmision i just recently dropped my transmision, replaced the throw-out bearing for the slave cylinder, and the entire clutch assembly. i am now hearing a faint grinding, whining noise when i let off the clutch, but when i push it in, the noise stops, can you help me out here?

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That sounds like the throwout bering is a little worn you can live with it or pull it apart and replace it or grease it

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