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Noisey gear box. silent when clutch is engaged

I have a ford xr6 turbo 04. last near i burnt my clutch. had it replased with a extremely hard heavy duty clutch. since i have had it installed my car had seemed to be getting noiser. i than lost my lisence for 3 months. once retained (3 months ago) i noticed the noise again. since then it has only gotten worse. when i put my goot on the clutch the noise stops? what could this be? I asked 3 different mechanics here is what they said
1) a bearing in the gear box needs to be replaced $2000
2) change of oil, if the noise continues than the bearing in gear box needs to be replaced.
3) alot of manual cars make that noise. just general noise of the gear box. no solution.

who do i choose? or is there another solution?

i also stalled my car. when i started it again it would barely move. i stoped and startd it again than it was ok. but noise was still there. also note this noise gets worse when car is hot

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  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010


    Was the throwout bearing replaced when the clutch work was done?

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Change fluid first then go from there

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