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What engine do you have, 2.6 petrol, 320 V6?

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When i press the clutch pedal down it makes a rubbing noise similar to worn brake pads.stuart


opel vectra ,,,,ot sure if their is a automatic adjustment on the pedal ,if so it could be this failing which the cable could be frayed ,would really need to see it to know for sure

Feb 08, 2016 | Opel Vectra Cars & Trucks

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I did change the complete cluch with the origional from the supplier, but the problem stay, The gearbox is still a cast iron type, and has a hydraulic sustem with a lollypop type fork, there is a constant...


So the hydraulic clutch is keeping pressure on the fork and the throw-out bearing (U.S. slang for clutch release bearing?) or thrust bearing is always running against the fingers on the pressure plate, is that the problem? And of course it burns out the bearing rather quickly?
You will have to examine all the parts, the slave cylinder and it's shaft, the fork and it's pivot point. Something in there not allowing the bearing to pull back far enough from the pressure plate so that it stops rotating. Is your pedal adjusted right? Maybe start there-the pedal has to allow a fraction of free play. Otherwise it is always putting pressure on the hydraulics.

Aug 23, 2017 | 2003 Ford Focus

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How do i change my struts help


  1. Remove the strut assembly.
    CAUTION Do not attempt to remove the coil spring from the strut without first compressing the coil spring with the appropriate tool.
  2. Install a suitable spring compressor to the coil spring and compress the spring until the spring tension is relieved from the spring seat.
  3. Remove the thrust bearing retainer nut.
  4. Remove the thrust bearing, spring seat and dust shield.
  5. Remove the coil spring from the strut.
  6. Remove the jounce bumper from the strut.
  7. Replace the coil spring or the strut as needed.

To install:
  1. Reinstall the jounce bumper to the strut.
  2. Position the coil spring to the strut.
  3. Compress the coil spring if removed from the spring compressor.
  4. Reinstall the dust shield, spring seat and thrust bearing.
  5. The coil spring must seat in the notch of the spring seat.
  6. Reinstall the thrust bearing retainer nut. Tighten the nut to 44 ft. lbs. (59 Nm).
  7. Install the strut assembly into the
you will need a strut spring compressor which cost about 50 bucks

Jan 20, 2010 | 2002 Mercury Cougar

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Hear slight rumbling noise when running engine depress clutch runs quiet no problems driving or changing gears thought maybe thrust bearing, if so any idea cost, danny.


Hi, the transmission will have to come out, so labour will be a fair bit, the thrust bearing won't cost too much, it may be a worn input shaft bearing in the trans too, this can be checked/fixed while it's out, hope this helps :)

Jan 17, 2010 | Ford Freestyle Cars & Trucks

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The clutch in my 1983 Chevy truck rattles when I push it in


the thrust (release) bearing is worn, not a big deal in itself as it will last a long time like this, but if the noise annoys you the bearing is very cheap, though to change it means removing or pulling back the gearbox so if the clutch is not new you could replace the whole lot as easily while in there

Jan 14, 2010 | 1983 Chevrolet Silverado

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Clutch is noisy,when i depress the clutch the noise goes away


this noise is caused by a noisy clutch throw-out/release bearing, that is the part that presses against the pressure plate and disengages the clutch disk, the transmission must be removed to replace this part, so it is best to replace the clutch assembly at the same time, the labor for both is the same, about 5 hours

Oct 23, 2009 | 2003 Toyota MR2 Spyder

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Noisey thrust bearing


all transmisions must be removed to remove thrust bearing there is no way around it its a ring bearing around a shaft that goes thru the cluch into the flywheel!

Aug 29, 2009 | 2004 Nissan Armada

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How easy is it to replace a noisy clutch thrust bearing. 53 plate Ford Focus 1.6 petrol zetec.


The thrust bearing is normally a part of a new clutch kit.Comprises pressure plate, clutch plate and thrust bearing.You will need to remove the gear box to change the bearing.The bearing basically slides onto the gearbox shaft. Recommend changing all three rather than just the beaing.You may want to get quotes from garages as dealers are expensive.

Mar 08, 2009 | 2003 Ford Focus

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Slipping clutch


when you replace the clutch... always replace the thrust bearing as well.

Robert

Dec 17, 2008 | 2005 Porsche Carrera Gt

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