What kind of vehicle? There are different transmissions, and different setups. For example, front wheel drive transmissions usually have to be supported from above the engine to remove the transmission. Then the clutch, and throwout bearing can be replaced. Caution!!! The engine being supported is NOT the only different thing you have to do. So reply with your vehicle Make, Model, and Year. I will be able to help you.
Most throwout bearings are sealed, and once they dry out and become noisy, they're done. The only option at that point is to replace them.
It is probably the throw out bearing going bad. You have to remove the transmission from the bottom to replace it. Replace the clutch, pilot bearing, and throw out bearing and have the flywheel resurfaced.
There is no way 2 adjust the clutch. The only way is 2 replace them. Clutch & pressure plate & throw out bearing, replace them all in one shot!!
This is not cost effective. It's quicker and cheaper to replace the compressor.
To replace a throw out bearing in any car or truck you must remove the gearbox, then remove the clutch, then pull the bearing out of the flywheel and replace it. Assemble in reverse order.
When you push in the clutch if it rattles that is not the transmission but the clutch throw-out bearing. not necesarily the throw out bearing it could also be bad springs or fingers on clutch pressure plate could be cracked or loose fly wheel or could be one or more bad bearings in the gearbox
Either the pump bearings are bad or the ac clutch is going bad. The clutch can be replaced but the pump bearings are not generally cost effective to change.
Your throw-out bearing has went bad in the clutch assembly. You will have to replace the bearing. Inquire about a throw-out bearing at your local auto-parts store. It is a good rule of thumb that if you're going to dissasemble the clutch assembly, you should replace the clutch, and pressure plate too! When clutch-assy has been removed, check the fly-wheel for scarring on its face where the clutch assembly was once attached. The face should be smooth, and the fly-wheel should NOT be warped, pitted, or damaged! If it is, replace it before you put a brand new clutch assembly back onto the vehicle. FabianTrahan Shadetree-Mech
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The throw out bearing will only make noise when you press the clutch pedal. If the clutch is new, the throw out bearing is a required replacement in a clutch job. Sounds like a bad pilot bearing. Not enough info in the question. I had the same problm and it was input shaft bering, AND the counter shaft bering. Replace them and sloved the problm.
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I will be straight and say I am not Nissan familiar with the trucks they make.However the issue is pretty much the normal in terms of problems.First I will ask is the clutch and related parts such as the pilot bearing and release bearing(also known as the throw out) have alot of either age/wear/mileage on it.Normal symptoms of a throw out bearing noise are these,noisy in neutral with the clutch pedal NOT depressed,noisy while in gear(any gear),but the noise will go away when the pedal is pushed in.In most cases yes the throw out bearing be noisy under the stated issues would point to it being worn and should be replaced along with a complete clutch kit as a good rule of thumb.Now the other side of the issue is you can replace the clutch and related items and release bearing and if for some reason the noise is STILL present whether in neutral or in gear that would point to the bearings in the transmission itself.If this is the case you would need the transmission rebuilt at least to replace the bearings for the transmission.The only concern I have based on your question is the grinding sound to (ME) points to the bearings in the transmission.A release bearing can duplicate this noise and if your clutch is the original I would replace it and the parts suggested first.Unless you actually drain the manual transmission gear fluid and find alot of metal shavings on the drain plug that should have a magnet on it's tip it would point definetily to the bearings in the transmissions around the gears.I hope this helps give you some usefull info and while my area is Mazda brand the issue is like I said pretty much the same regardless of brand unless Nissan is prone to certain things over time that clearly I would not be aware of.OK
If it is a stright stick, then the clutch is sliping. Need to replace clutch and pressure plate and turn fly-wheel. Replace throw out bearing If it is a automatic trans then it's burnt up. NEEDS REBUILT
To adjust a clutch you fire three rounds at the gas tank. Then you throw a lit match into your 240sx's upholstery. For best results, climb under the car at this point. Have a friend nearby to collect the remnants of the clutch and gearbox. Careful, it will be hot.
You replace it. As long as you have the transmission out, you might as well put the clutch and pressure plate in also.
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The clutch release ("throw-out") bearing has gone bad...Use a new clutch disc when you replace the clutch release bearing...or it could be the clutch master cylinder. Check the master cylinder first...Look for any sign of leakage from either component .
Well you have a strange issue. Being the trans will not shift into any but reverse would point to the clutch being toast. Normally if the truck will not shift is the slave clyinder or even the clutch master or throw out bearing gone. To rule out the the throw out did it noise while the truck was in neutral and even while in gear.If either apply may be the throw out is gone, but sounds 100% clutch is gone. If the truck will shift into soley reverse then this would rule out the slave, and clutch master cyldr and even the throw out in most cases due to the it is moving the fork to engage the clutch and the surface of the clutch is worn to it's life except reverse due to it is not used as much. I recommend a new clutch and replace the throw out bearing and would be a good idea to replace the pilot bearing and go ahead and do the rear main seal even if its not leaking if its got lots of miles, plus the age would make me do it being you have the trans pulled out.
This depends on what bearings in what make model year and engine of car.
Usually the runners can be carefully removed using a thin screwdriver and the bearings should drop out. Replace the bearings and replace the runner by using a 30mm socket or press if you have one.
It would be recommended to replace the rear axle bearings and axles when they are worn/bad. If the bearings and axles are okay, just replace the seals.
No, they have torque convertors!