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Y IS THERE A NOISE IN THE GEARBOX IF YOU RELEASE THE CLUTCH

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If it is a manual transmission, the throwout bearing could need replacement

Posted on Jul 09, 2013

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That will be your clutch release bearing.It should be ok, if noisy for a while but make sure you change it with the next clutch assembly change.

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Sounds like the throwout bearing is going bad. Which is telling you that it might be time for a new clutch kit in your vehicle

Posted on Jun 26, 2011

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It's time to change the clutch with entire kit. Release bearing, pilot bearing, clutch plate, pressure plate and get flywheel turned. If that bearing flies apart inside your transmission it will leave you stranded and your release fork will be destroyed possibly causing more damage to the transmission housing. It is hydraulic and if the master cylinder is working properly you're not likely to notice any play in the pedal due to release bearing.

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I just replaced the clutch plate, disc, release bearing and pilot bearing with new oem ones. After installation, at idle speed my clutch is noisy. If i depress the clutch pedal, the noise goes away.


the lay shaft bearings inside the gearbox are worn,remove level plug and pump a grease gun full of grease into gearbox as this will help quieten it ,

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Hi my rx8 is makin a grinding noise from the gearbox and the noise goes away wen foot is pressed on the clutch makes a noise wen drivin in 1st 2nd 3rd n 4th gear noise goes in 5th and the noise is there in...


What?! Really! The noise goes when the clutch pedal is depressed! So the noise goes when the release bearing (throw-out bearing) is engage? So how would that be a release bearing/clutch problem? If it didn't make a noise until the clutch pedal was depressed, it would be the release bearing! In other words its the input shaft bearing and/or counter shaft bearing in the gearbox. Stop giving people bad advice

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My 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee has a rattling noise coming from the gearbox, almost sounds like a worn release bearing on a manual box. The noise only appears after 1-2 min after cold start. Gearbox further...


If you notice a change in the rattle,when you depress the clutch pedal it is most likely in the clutch,or the linkage.The release bearing will most often have a squeal or a hissing sound.The clutch fork can rattle, if the ball pivot retainer is broken.You may feel some unwanted slack in the clutch opperation,and you may be able to adjust this out,but maybe not, with a hydraulic clutch.

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My transmission makes noise until I depress my clutch


sounds like the main shaft bearings within the gearbox itself. i would of said the release bearing but u already changed it. the main shaft doesnt spin with the clutch pedal pressed. check for oil leaks and check the oil level in the gearbox.

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That will be your clutch release bearing.It should be ok, if noisy for a while but make sure you change it with the next clutch assembly change.

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