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SOURCE: Whining noise from clutch

The noise you hear is the 'clutch throwout bearing', which needs to be replaced.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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SOURCE: clicking noise

your clutch could be going out or your throw out bearing. it could be that catching the fly wheel and causing the noise

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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SOURCE: my 98tdi passat clutch pedal makes a clicking

You might want to have someone check your throwout bearing.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

Lloyd Six
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SOURCE: Clutch Noise

Can not seem to get the sound clip to work but from what you have said not only is it pretty obvious but also quite a common failure on Jeeps:

Thrust release bearing

These are part of a 3 in 1 clutch kit, as it is a box out job you may aswel do the clutch at the same time, also check the rear main oil seal (a cheap part that also may aswel be changed while gearbox is off)

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Lloyd

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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SOURCE: 1983 chevy s10 2.8 v6. underneath my clutch pedal

Have you got a hole in the floorboards????
It could be something loose in the clutch or just something ricochetting around the bell housing.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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there is no air in a hydraulic system or if there is , the clutch will not disengage
if you have any sound when depressing the clutch pedal, it is most likely from the throw out bearing running dry when pressure is applied to the pressure plate fingers
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if you press on the clutch pedal and you can readily engage first gear or reverse and you have steady operation when you take your foot of the pedal , the clutch system is working as it should
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