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Metal on metal noise

I own a 94 toyota corolla manual transmision. car is making a noise that sound very similar to the metal on metal noise that brakes make when they are going bad but it is not the brakes. Brakes were recently replaced along with all the brake lines. also, the noise stops when the clutch is pushed in and starts again when i let out on the clutch. the noise is loudest when in 1st gear and lessens as i accelerate. any advise appreciated.

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Hi,

most likely the throw out bearing is at fault. when you push the clutch a spinning bearing pushes the clutch plate away from the flywheel disengaging trans so you can switch gears. the transmission has to come away from the engine to fix it.

jm

Posted on Jul 04, 2017

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Sounds like you will have to bleed your brakes again, but thats not the problem og hard brake peddle, need to check your power brake booster, sit right in back of master cylinder, check make sure it has vacum going to it, also to test it with engine off, press on brake peddle three time, then state engine with foot on peddle, peddle should go down a few inches, also with engine of peddle should feel soft for three pumps, if you have none of this , power brake booster is bad.

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