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There is a strange fluttering noise coming from my gearbox but when the clucth is pressed in this stops what could this be

There is a strange fluttering noise coming from my gearbox on my citreon saxo vtr but when the clutch pedal is pressed in the noise goes away what could this be ??

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    james ashley Feb 11, 2014

    you can also here this noise in 1st 2nd and 3rd gear but starts to dissapear on 4th and 5th ?what could this be ?

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It definitely sounds like it's the clutch release bearing. consider replacing the whole clutch assembly while the gearbox is out as it will work out cheaper in the long run than the labour costs to remove the gearbox again to replace the clutch plate and pressure plate.

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Sounds like thrust bearing or bearings in gear box

Posted on Feb 11, 2014

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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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needs a throughout bearing. it is what presses the clutch in. thats why it goes away when you depress the penal. but it has to be removed with the clutch so while in there the clutch should be done. hopefully this helps you. good luck and please ask ant more question you have

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it seems that the clutch is not aligned or not setup right to it's correct default mode. when you lift the foot off the clutch it goes into default and away from the gears. this could be an early sign off needing a new clutch and pressure plate. good luck.

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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

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