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Why does a 1993 Mazda B2200 make a noise when you shift into 5th gear that decreases as you ease off the gas pedal?

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2010-03-07 08:12:37
2010-03-07 08:12:37

Well it is either one of two things based on my knowledge of these trucks over 23years.It is the throw out bearing is going bad,or the bearings in the tranmission itself are worn.I woulld lean more towards the bearings in the transmission being the noise.I have already had my transmission rebuillt a couple years ago due to noise similar to the throw bearing noise but,a whining sound while in gear normally the higher gear like 3,4,5 on average.A simple check for the throw out bearing noise is to listen to the truck running in neutral and it should be quiet in that position from the transmission if not push the clutch pedal in and it should be definitely quiet.Now if the noise persist while driving it is the bearings in the transmission that are noisy.I base this on my own experience could be something else completely.Just my suggestion.

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