95 Talon with 5 speed manual has a very bad noise in transmisson area. In idle and neutral with the clutch out loud noise like a bearing binding up, push in the clutch and noise goes away. Took the transmission out and could not fine easily any bad bearings. Any ideas.
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If it feels like the whole car (dash & steering wheel area) is shaking at idle in drive then it is often a bad engine mount causing this vibration throughout the car. An actual isolated rattling noise from under the car could be the catyalitic converter if it sounds like its in the exhaust system.
Possibly a transmission issue. The transmission has a "lockup" mode, where a clutch connects the engine directly to the transmission at cruising speeds. It is then supposed to unlock at lower speeds and for stopping. If it doesn't unlock, the car will stall at a stop. Try putting it into neutral (carefullly, so you don't go into reverse) as you slow down, if it doesn't stall out, it is most likely the transmission lockup mechanism.
If it stalls in neutral it is an engine issue. Bad idle control, bad ignition (it's easier to fire at high speed), bad fuel injector, bad air flow/pressure sensor... and more possibilities.
You may have a vaccume leak that is keeping your duct doors open in the center of its travel. If you have knobs you may have a broken control cable. See if you hear a hissing noise behind the dash. That will get you moving in the right direction. Wish you luck!
who ever told you its the throw out bearing was wright. its an enclosed bearing so it does not run in any oil. if it only makes noise when it cold or sets for a while its common and dose not warrent taking it to a shop. all there going to tell you is you need a new clutch$$$$witch you do not need.