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When i coasting with my clutch in, it makes like a rubbing sound

I havent had problems shifting gears, but when i push the clutch in when i have to slow down mostly 1st and 2nd it makes like a rubbing noise. but it only happens when i like coasting while idle to a stop and when i put it in neutral it stops. so my question is ... do i have to replace the clutch or can i get away with a less expensive fix?

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You may need to get the clutch replaces soon...it sounds like the clutch is trying to glaze over

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For component location, refer to Disassembled Views in this section.
During 2nd and 5th gear operation, hydraulic pressure is applied to the overdrive servo.
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  • This action causes the overdrive band to hold the overdrive drum.
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Band — Low/Reverse
For component location, refer to Disassembled Views in this section.
During 2nd gear operation, 1st gear operation and reverse, hydraulic pressure is applied to the low/reverse servo.
  • This pressure causes the servo to move and apply force to the low/reverse band.
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Band — Intermediate
For component location, refer to Disassembled Views in this section.
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  • This action causes the direct clutch drum to be held.
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  • This causes the input shell and forward sun gear to be held stationary.
Clutches — Direct
For component location, refer to Disassembled Views in this section.
The direct clutch is a multi-disc clutch made up of steel and friction plates.
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