Question about 1999 Subaru Forester
Check the clutch pedal.If the grinding noise increases after you press the clutch pedal then its related to clutch problem.But if it decreases after you press the clutch pedal then this noise is related to transmission gears.Let of the gas in every gears and check,if the noise is only if first and second gear or in all gear.If the noise goes away in third and forth gear and only occurs in higher gears then,the main shaft pilot bearing inside the input shaft gear has to be checked.Check the teeth of the gear,If any of the teeth is cracked then that particular gear has to be replaced.The problem is related to transmission or clutch.
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