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My clutch whines when I lift the pedal,,can this be caused by the pilot bearing..All fluids are fine I am due to have the fluids changed in the diffs tranny & transfer case..

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I think this is due to a crystalized flywheel with time it happends it might time for a new clutch make sure you get your flywheel cut if you do preform this service.

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