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Driveshaft noises we just replaced the clutch and now when the truck is driving there is a clinking noise only when it is in gear and moving.

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CV joint is worn out,you have to replace.

Posted on Apr 27, 2013

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SOURCE: loud clanking noise in gear if the clutch is not engaged

Almost sounds like a throwout bearing problem. Either way, bring the car back and make them fix it. It will be covered under the warranty so dont let them try to convince you otherwise.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: NOISE WHEN LETTING OUT CLUTCH WHILE IN GEAR

Clutch plate springs brocken.Thats where your noise is comming from.The only solution is to change the clutch.Hope that was helpfull.

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SOURCE: screeching noise from wheel area when driving slow

could be the brake hose collapsing from the inside....lets fluid go in to piston,but wont let it back out,so caliper sticks and drags on rotor....

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 92 2 wheel drive Toyota pick up 5 speed

4th gear is a staight through gear thats why it doesnt make noise. sounds like you are about to lose all gears except 4th. this is common on toyotas when the rear seal on the tranny goes out which causes the tranny to basically pump out the tranny fluid. without fluid or a low level the gears slowly grind away all exept 4th. a rebuilt 5sp is not that expensive on ebay.check the fluid, if it is real low its too late, replace the tranny.

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SOURCE: 03 Toyota mr2, clutch noise.

I hope its your release bearing, but I had this same issue with my Audi and it turned out to be I need a new transmission, the gears are not catching it sounds like. your synchros may also be off. Does it do this in every gear, and once it does move, does the clutch slip?

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