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When you purchase a new clutch, it usually comes with a tool for just that.

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Good day. When you pushed the clutch pedal in it makes a noise in the engin.


this indicates a faulty throw out bearing
could be dry or in the process of failing completely
A service tip here is
as the transmission has to be removed for the replacement bearing to be fitted , it is a good idea to invest in a clutch kit and throw out bearing simply because 50% of the cost is the labor to remove and replace the transmission and if the bearing is bad , the clutch and pressure plate will soon need replacing
do the job once --do it properly

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When i slightly let out the clutch it starts to move


you need to check the Throw out bearing, the Cherokee XJ has a Hydraulic Throw out bearing. the slave cylinder is Inside the bell housing and the transmission and everything needs to be removed to get to it. You will see two hydraulic lines that go from the slave calendar to the throw out bearing. chances are that the bearing is bad, maybe the roller part is ok, but the part that expands to push on the pressure plate is bad. I had this and it was my first hydraulic bearing, but it is a pain, because everything has to be removed to get to it. good luck.

Jul 31, 2012 | 1993 Jeep Cherokee Country

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My throw out bearins went bad can i just replace them


Throw out bearing? Do you mean the clutch release bearing, aka throw-out bearing? There is only one in a clutch system, and, yes, they can be replaced, without replacing the cluytch disc or the pressure plate. But if it is making noise, it is good practice to do the whole clutch replacement while the transmission is removed. If your budget won't allow that, at least check the clutch friction plates for wear.

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Leaks gear 90 oil by the throw out bearing on my 1999 ford f350 2 wheel drive dually diesel


The only gear oil near the throw-out bearing would be in the transmission and the only way to the throw-out bearing is out the transmission front bearing retainer. I would check the vent first. It's on the transmission top. If that's free you'll have to remove the transmission and front bearing retainer to check the front bearing and seal.

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When I press the clutch in my 99 Rodeo, there is this horrible noise. What is the problem?


if the noise is only there when you push down the clutch, you need to replace the throw out bearing.

Apr 02, 2011 | Isuzu Rodeo Cars & Trucks

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Which side of the clutch does throw out bearing go on


The throw out bearing will be on the outside of the clutch assemble. What it does is push against the fingers in the center of the pressure plate.

Mar 08, 2011 | 1992 Acura Vigor

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How to fix noisy throw out bearing


Remove gearbox Fit new bearing Check clutch while you have gearbox out Renew if necessary Replace gearbox Easy! Have fun

Oct 22, 2009 | Cars & Trucks

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Need to change clutch on a subaru WRX 2-1994 model


no it does not, the wrx has its throw out bearing attached to a shaft that needs to be removed before you seperate the trans from the engine. you will see a access plug on the drivers side just below the starter,remove the plug with a 10mm hex to gain access the shaft,install a 6 mm by 1.0 bolt into the threaed portion of the shaft and slide it out,the throw out bearing is attached to the pressure plate with a large cir clip, make sure the throw out and shaft are reinstalled on the trans before it is installed,when it is, push fork while standing in front of the car to attach the the throw out bearing to the pressure plate, good luck!

Jul 10, 2009 | 2007 Subaru Impreza WRX STI Limited Sedan

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Throw a rod


This is caused by a lack of oil to the rod bearing. Financially it will be cheaper to get a used engine and replace it as a whole. but if you desire, remove engine, turn upside down, remove oil pan, remove piston rod and bearing cap assy, inspect bearing, will be blue or locked and frozen/welded to the crank due to lack of lubrication. Keep me posted.

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95 golf clutch throw out bearing problem


take it your car is a mk3 ? if it is remove the end cover from the gearbox(you will need a new one) and you will see the release bearing on a fork,remove the center bolt pull out the shaft and replace it,usally takes about a hour and a half

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