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Its like a rattle coming from inside of car gear box area

It can olny be herd from inside the car with doors closed it is very noise when starting, driving at speed it goes off very slightly when clutch is engaged it has not got any worse been the same for 3 mths ? Could it just want a new clutch

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Sounds like a thrust bearing a new clutch kit would fix that problem

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