No, the throw out bearing in a clutch is needed to keep an disengaged clutch spinning. you can drive a car with a bad throwout bearing if you don't use the clutch By "floating the gears". You must disconnect or bypass the start safety switch (this is when you need to have the clutch pedal to the floor to start the moter) so that you can start the car in gear if you come to a complete stop.
The release bearing on the clutch is at fault. Throwout Bearing, replace the Throwout bearing and check the Fork for Damage.
Yes, the clutch throwout bearing is hydraulically operated.
Your throwout bearing is going bad.
Could be a universal joint. If front wheel drive, it could be the constant velocity joint. I am assuming you have an automatic transmission. If it is a standard transmission, it could be the throwout bearing.
A throw out bearing is the bearing in a manual transmission that helps to engage and to disengage the clutch.
You will have to pull your tranny off, your throwout bearing is in the bell housing (front part of your tranny) while your in there it would be a good idea to check your clutch as well as your pressure plate. Good Luck Drive Safe
your throwout bearing is going replace it
Both are the same term for the same part.
have to take the transmission out and its behind the clutch slide it out and make sure you put the throwout bearing in the same way the old one comes out
The throw-out bearing is toast. Don't drive it anywhere but to a local garage for repair.