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1995 wrangler front end rattles when i release clutch

If i park on a hill it is worse but when i dissengage the clutch is rattles loud like a (free spinning rattle) if that makes any sense. is this the bearing or the pressure plate.

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  • CarySchroeder May 11, 2010

    Does it sound different if in 4WD versus 2WD? If so, look for something in the transfer case or the front CV joints.

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Most likely the noise is the throwout bearing. If you have lots of miles on it you may consider doing the entire clutch while you're in there. If the pressure plate is in really good shape, you could just replace the disc, but if there are any hard spots on the plate it may chatter. Don't forget the pilot bearing in the back of the crank either.

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

Testimonial: "that is the answer that i was looking for sounded lika throwout or plate. i was also told the cv but thats def. not the case.. thank you very much"

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