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When I start my car I must engage the clutch and it gives a certain sound in the engine and it is irritating. What can be the problem Toyota corolla 16v GLS 1989 model.

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The throw out bearing may be dry. If it's been going on for some time, the clutch fingers may be damaged which would require a total clutch replacement.

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Sounds like improper assembly or wrong parts?

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Check the backlash of the starter it may require a shimm if it has a high pitch wind when starting....make sure the flywheel isnt damnage or missing teeth...

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