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Am having a wistling sound when cluching

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Not the gear box, it is probably the clutch release bearing, also called the throwout bearing. The bearing is permanently sealed with grease inside for lubrication. As they get old, near the end of their life, they do get noisy. It may go on like that for a long time, but sooner or later, you will need a new release bearing, and probably a new clutch and pressure plate as well.

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