Question about 1989 Ford Ranger
Unfortunately, I would say that the noise does indicate a throw-out bearing that is prematurely worn. Or possibly out of line. If I were in your position, I would take the truck to another mechanic that will give you a written estimate on what he/she "thinks" the problem might be. Then, I would take it to the place where you had the clutch replaced and ask them to "please make the noise go away." I hate do talk bad about mechanics, however it is likely that they did not replace the throw out bearing when they replaced your clutch. I don't know if this has helped you, but I wish you good luck
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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