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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by vincentwhowse, Jan 30, 2018.

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noise when i depress the clutch sounds like a bearing?

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  1. vincentwhowse

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    hello in there, I'm having trouble I have this noise when I depress the clutch sounds like a bearing noise I've had the clutch and thrush bearing replaced but the noise is getting worse only when the clutch is depressed?
     
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    Spigot Bearing ?
     
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    Quoted from https://www.knowyourparts.com/techn...rain/diagnosing-clutch-bearing-bushing-noise/

    Start with a road test of the vehicle. Listen for noise with the transmission in gear and the clutch pedal to the floor. Next release the clutch with the transmission in first gear. Noise under this condition indicates a worn release bearing or a worn pilot bearing.

    To isolate the two, keep the clutch pedal on the floor and shift the transmission into neutral. If the noise persists, the release bearing is bad. If the noise is gone, the pilot bearing is bad.

    A bearing noise that occurs when releasing the clutch pedal to engage the clutch while in neutral, but goes away when the pedal is depressed is caused by a bad transmission input shaft bearing
     
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