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Grinding noise,possible clutch

My new makita polisher is kinda noisy,like bearing noise or clutch is this mormal ???

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No, it doesnt sound good. These machines don't have clutches but it could be a problem with the gears or gear lock. You shlould really take it back to where you bought it and get it checked under warranty. If you take it apart yourself at all you will invalidate the warranty.
Has anyone engaged the gear lock whilst the disc was still spinning. I see a fair few machines where this has happened and it causes damage to the lock pin, gear and gearbox housing.

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I own a 1993 Nissan Pathfinder 5 speed. Yesterday I went to start my truck so I depressed the clutch peddle all the way so I can start the truck and in maybe the last inch of travel I heard a grinding...


No sorry to be the bearer of bad news but i think the fingers on the clutch are worn to excess and when the clutch is depressed fully the bearing is going through the fingers of the clutch causing the noise you can hear .Eventualy it will need a new clutch which is not expensive if you do it yourself

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manual ,thank heaven ,dont see many autos here in spain,right without driving car so i can hear it then it stands two possibilities ,when clutch is depressed you hear a noise like a grinding squel ,this is the thrust bearing ,if you hear a rumbling noise that disappears when clutch is depressed then this is lay shaft bearings ,Now also the problem can be the fingers on the clutch plate are worn and the bearing is pushing the clutch plate fingers down but if one or two are worn away then the thrust bearing is being pushed through the pressure plate ,either way a new clutch is need and as these vehicles are rear wheel drive they are not difficult to renew ,Just have to make yourself a clutch alignment tool from a broom handle .Dont be scared of it they are not that difficult to do just dirty and messy thats all the hardest part is aligning the clutch so the spigot shaft goes through easly and you dont have to struggle pushing the gearbox in

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Sounds like the clutch throw out bearing got water in to it. This bearig is what the clutch fork actuates. Being a bearing it allows the stationery fork to push against the rotating clutch plate. I expect you'll need to tear down and replace. While your in there I'd replace the clutch too. Give the clutch plate a good looking over.
I hope this may have helped,
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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.

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hi the noise you can hear is the clutchs release bearing you need to take the box out and replace it and the pressure plate will be also damaged due to the bearing seizing basicly the whole clutch assemablly will need replacing sorry cold be worse it could have been the box yates210456

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