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94 civic ex clutch noise

Recently have a scraping noise when i depress the clutch. When up-shifting, it's fine. When I down-shift, it sounds like metal on metal scraping. Not like it's grinding gears. Also if i hold the clutch while i drive it'll do it.

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Time to get the clutch, pressure plate, and throw out bearing replaced.
And on a car that old the pin or ball which the fork pivots should be replaced also.

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