Question about 2001 Volkswagen Golf
there wearing noise is the thrust bearing, it is not unusual for them to make a wearing noise in reverse but if you think this has gotton worse latley then it might need looking at. the part is very cheap to buy however you have to remove the gearbox to have it fitted so labour costs can be high. If you don't need to do it now then you might as well get other work done at the same time to save on labour in the future. so get the clutch checked if you do decide to replace the part. if this part fails then you will not be able to drive the car and it could smash the gearbox internally. Like I say though all cars make this noise when reversing so only payout to get it fixed if you think it is unusually loud
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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