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When i acelerate im getting a ratlle from the passenger side not sure if its coming from the wheel or engine area it dosnt not do it when the clutch is pressed and you rev the engine stationery or moving

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Given that you said you an depress the clutch and it goes away, you are dealing with a throw out bearing in the area between the engine and transmission. This bearing is responsible for pressing against the pressure plate fingers and release pressure against the friction disc(your clutch, put quite simply). Your best bet is to replace the clutch, throw out bearing, pressure plate and pilot shaft bushing. They are all in the same area. If you wish to tackle this on your own, let me know and I will see if I have the Porsche shop manual to walk you through it. Please let me know.

Posted on Sep 07, 2010

  • jon625 Sep 07, 2010

    Hi Thanks for that
    Unfortunately in not too mechanical can you recommend a good independant person in the kent area to do this for me

    Many thanks

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    Kori Policy Sep 07, 2010

    I'm not too familiar with that area. What state? I will do some research and respond to you asap. One thing to remember is to always check for certification. Not because it means they know what they are doing necessarily, but that they take their career seriously enough to take time to test. Then ask for their warranty practices. Always get a warranty in writing!! If after we find a shop for you, the shop will diagnose before repair. Once they do that, they then will come to you with their findings and shoot you a price. Feel free to contact me and I will give you my advice and opinion on the repair price.

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