When going into first or reverse on my 5 speed and letting out the clutch i hear a loud click. driver halfshaft just replaced and all motor and tran mounts look intact. ive been told it mite be a bearing clicking together but there is no noticable noise going down the road
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Re: 04 toyota corlla 5 speed
If there is only one click when you go into first or reverse. Then look at the linkage on the clutch pedal. If you push the clutch pedal down and up (without putting it into gear) does it still make the click sound? Is the transmission going into gear normal? Is the throw-out bearing making any noise? A throw-out bearing can make a loud click noise.
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Does it crunch? If you lift the clutch and then press it down whilst trying to get it into reverse as this lets the cogs move allowing you to slip the drive into the gears this may allow you to get it into reverse. So here's the steps:
1 start the the engine
2 drive the car for about 10 kms
3 try and get the vehicle into reverse
4 lift the clutch whilst holding the stick in the gate ( you should feel the cogs turning and shaking the stick)
5 then push the clutch down again
6 if it still won't go repeat step 4/5
if it still won't work then try and get it into reverse whilst stationary and then start the engine it will jolt but can free up the gears!
The clutch is probably worn out and slipping and needs to be replaced. With a manual transmission, if the engine revs and the car doesn't accelerate at the same pace, the clutch is slipping. This usually gets very very worse almost instantly. The clunking could be related or it could be an unrelated problem you're just noticing now that you have a slipping clutch. Has the car recently made clicking noises while turning sharp corners or in reverse? If yes, maybe a bad CV joint. If you don't have the technical aptitude to remove the transmission and replace the clutch, I suggest taking it to a shop to have them check into it. Clutches are a wear item and go bad around 90,000 miles of use.
have you replace your trans, or any of its components? you need to reset the memory, disconect negative cable for 5 minutes, reconect warm up engine dont drive it until fully warm up, take it for a test drive and do a couple star -stop at very ligth throtle until normal shifting is confirm, if this doesnot help there was a recall on ecu for this year corolla but you need to verify it at your local dealer, have them run your vin, good luck
Take a look at the ball-joint boots. Look for grease any where, under around the engine towards the back. My Subaru Legacy Outback does the same thing. I've changed both the front axles and ball-joints. Inspected other components, found nothing. Its coming from the differential, I just ignore it there isn't much I can do in my case. In your case it could be the ball joints or tie-rods, inspect those.
I see this is kind of a stale post, but i'll try anyway. First, check your clutch fluid reservoir. If it's full, you may have air in the line, a bad master cylinder, or slave cylinder, or your clutch is worn out.