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What causes a clicking sound in the transmission of a 1988 Acura Legend?


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2005-02-15 19:58:24
2005-02-15 19:58:24

Check the clutch release bearing, and also loot at the clutch release arm. Whenever the clutch release bearing is not properly lubricated, (ON THE SURFACES OF CONTACT TO THE PRESSURE PLATE AND THE MAINSHAFT) then the metal drag will pull and cause the release bearings holding bracket to "sit and click" Let me know how it goes, (I KNOW FROM EXPERIENCEI HAVE AN 88 LEGEND COUPE THAT I HAVE REPLACED THE TRANSMISSION ON)


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