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The system may be out of fluid, The loss of fluid may be from a leaking clutch master cylinder or the clutch slave cylinder mounted on the bellhousing. The clutch master cylinder should be close to the brake master cylinder
this is your...man what was that called...it is next to your fire wall..it regulates the high and low side.. any way it is costly and it is a ***** to get to. sorry may have to rev the engine for a while..
Orifice Tube that is what it is called.. man thought i would never forget that.
I have the same whirring. I think it is the starter not disengaging fast enough. I have even had my head under the hood when someone else starts it. havn't replaced starter yet. hope it doesn't chew up my fly wheel. that wouldbe abig job for me. goodluck