Question about 2003 Nissan Maxima
And also when the car is on neutral. when I release the clutch you can also hear a noise , when u push the clutch in you don't hear nothing. Plz help . thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you bleed the system fully after changing the cylinders? Those are the two main components that cause such problems. If you bled the system out, and it still has the problem, then you most likely have a ruptured line somewhere that is allowing air into the system.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
Check under the hood and inspect the valve cover gasket. If it's bad it would explain why you don't see any leaks on the ground because it's probably burning off on the manifold. This ticking you're hearing is a lack of lubrication to the rocker arms. Apart from the valve cover gasket, you should get under the car and inspect the oil pan and oil filter for seepage. Best of luck on your problem.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 Nissan Maxima reving noise
no, its not the transmisshion,,,, its the cluch release bearing worn out,
every time you press on the cluch it screems or chaters, yes?
you just need to fit a new cluch, as its realy not worth the effort in just replacing the bearing only to have the rest of the cluch go in 6 months
that would be mad ness and pricy
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
SOURCE: manual transmission noise
It's most likely your throw-out bearing. It's located very inconveniently on the front shaft of the transmission and the way to remove and replace is to pull the tranny from the car... While you're at it, inspect the clutch and pressure plates and the pilot bushing (located in the center of the flywheel).
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
Just a couple ideas...
Your engine and transmission will shift slightly when in drive, and maybe that movement is allowing it to rub on something. Another issue may be that the noise is actually from the transmission.
Torn motor mounts will allow the drive train to shift or move farther than normal.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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