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My hyundai tucson is making quite a loud rattling sound at low revs but disappears around 2500 revs. it's worse in high gears

I've had the gear change weight setup changed as bracket was corroded and bled the clutch to remove any air from the system. unfortunately though its still doing it. clutch pressure is good and biting point is low so assuming that the clutch is fine but gear linkage is slightly noisy on gear change. nothing too excessive but noticable. Thanks in advance.

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It may be worth looking at the timing belt tensioner pulley bolt to see if it hasn't worked loose, the belt may be about 3/4" of slack, which could cause the belt to slap against the inside of the cover at low rpms. It can also slowly shave away the backing of the belt. There could be about half a cup of timing belt dust/shavings collected in the bottom of the lower timing belt cover.

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how many miles have you driven the car sence it came out of storage? you said it sat for 6 years it could be rust on fly wheel or pressure plate, that would make it shift like you said, because the clutch plate is either sticking to the fly wheel or pressure plate. when it shifts hard that means the clutch is not releacing all the way most likely because of the rust. i would just drive it and see if it comes out of it. it shoud not take long maybe 50 to 100 miles more or less. also i would chg. trans oil, setting that long moisture could have got in there, you know what they say about oil and water. also if it has a cable for clutch chk. see if it's hanging up to. setting that long rust becomes a big factor. hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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Check you have no air in the clutch fluid.Bleed the system.If that does not cure the problem then if you have good pressure at the pedal you pressure plate is faulty.Then the only solution is to replace the clutch.

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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This sounds like you may have a leak in the hydrulics of the clutch, the clutch slave is not disengaging the clutch all the way, this is the reason for the low bite pedal and hard to get gears, the most common problem is the fluid is low due to a leaking slave cylinder, i would look around the clutch components for a leak, hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 27, 2010

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Hi, no specific causes has been attributed to this rattling noise, but according to complaint reports, the only correction for this noise problem is to replace the entire shifter assembly. Once the shifter assembly is replaced, the rattling noise disappears. The TSB (Technical service Bulletin) refers to a shudder on the tran-axle between third gear and fourth gear creating this noise problem.

Posted on Feb 26, 2011

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SOURCE: the clutch on my 2006 santa fe feels 'high biting point' i've only just bought it and not sure if this is the 'normal' position of the bite. can you help please

Could be about to fail. The point where the clutch "bites or grabs" is normally half way from floor to top position.

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