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Clutch makes a screetching noise when pressed in and cannot find gears while driving

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Gregory, your throw out clutch bearing is worn. You should just install a new clutch kit.

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SOURCE: LOUD SCREETCHING NOISE WHEN STARTS & BEFOR 3RD

sounds like a loose belt

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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