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Continuous clicking noise when clutch pedal is pressed. clicking will speed up and slow down with the rpm's. doesn't do it when the pedal is all the way out. only when pedal is pressed and it doesn't matter if you just barely push it or push it all the way. I did just place a new clutch in, but other than the noise it is doing just fine!

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THIS NOISE IS CAUSED BY THE CLUTCH RELEASE BEARING BEING WORN OUT

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