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Clutch makes noise when pedal is depressed - 525 BMW Cars & Trucks

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    2dumb2magine Jul 27, 2008

    Any idea how much labor time might be involved in replacing the clutch and bearings? Thanks.

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There is abearing that gets replaced when installing new clutches. Sounds like it is worn. Inspect flywheel for smoothness.

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