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Noise when i start the engine it makes noise and if i press the clutch the noise stops ,the car drives properly once i depress the clutch the noise comes back

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When you start the engine the clutch shaft into the gear box is spinning with the engine crankshaft. When you depress the clutch the noise stops because the input shaft is not turning. It points to a failing bearing on the clutch input shaft and if that proves to be the case then the box has to come out and be pulled down for the bearing to be replaced.

Posted on Feb 09, 2014

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SOURCE: Wobbling of car while accelerating

the u joints in the drive shaft. (CV joints on front wheel drive) more strss on the joints when accelerating so they cause the vibration. no stress/load smooth run. Replace the joints and you'll feel a big difference.

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SOURCE: clutch noise and stiffness

it sounds like your clutch release bearing has or is colapsing.when you press the clutch the release bearing is under the most load hence the noise.gearbox out i,m afraid.Can you still get gears ok ?.Also the pedal box,s are prone to break on polo,s ,the symptom for that is like a squashy pedal and hard to get gears.if you can look up at the top of the clutch pedal where the cable mounts see if the bracket the cable fits in to is broken away at the top.

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SOURCE: gearbox spinning,with clutch depressed,gearbox crunching.

needs a new clutch ,pressure plate dragging caused by worn springs

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SOURCE: VW GOLF 1.4 1999 S. Gearbox makes whining sound at idle

No good news on this one I think
Your whining sound problem is the Layshaft bearings in the gearbox are badly worn. It also seems that the baulk rings are damaged on 5th gear.
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Posted on Aug 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Grinding Noise When Clutch Is Depressed, Lights Flicker

you may need to have your clutch cable adjusted ... it is most likely not releasing the clutch fully and grinding against the flywheel

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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