Please describe the noise, and as much information about it as you can so we can begin helping you troubleshoot.
Is it a whirring, grinding, whining, or other type of sound?
Do you hear the sound from all gears, or just specific ones?
Do you notice the sound at any specific RPM points?
Do you hear it when decelerating but NOT applying brakes?
Do you hear it when accelerating?
Do you hear it when maintaining a steady speed on a level road?
Does it ever seem to vary in volume according to any other conditions?
Sounds like the diff in the gearbox is goind and will need the whole gearbox replacing soon before it fails completely.
wheel bearing, gearbox or wind noise Supercharger?
the front end load bearing or other bearing in the gearbox will be stuffed. when you engage the clutch the gearbox doesnt have any drive thru it so stops turning and then you noise stops.
If it's a type of clunking noise, check your gearbox. If it's some kind of rattling, check your hubcaps.
What kind of noise? It could just be the park lock solenoid clicking when it releases to engage drive, this wouldn't come from the gearbox though, it would be from the gear selector unit under the centre console.
Could be a universal joint going bad.
MOst likely a wheel bearing
how long ago was the clutch fitted , what sort of noise
The noise that you are experiencing is probably the clutches in the differential housing. A simple cure would be an additive that can be purchased at an auto parts store.
Need a new gearbox. You get a grinding noise only in first gear when you accelerate fast . second gear and the rest should be fine.
It might not be the gearbox. Does it sound like it's coming from below the gear lever? I had the same problem in mine, and it turned out to be the exhaust, which was loose and rattling. It was fixed by putting a hard rubber spacer between the pipe and the car.
Possibly a worn engine and/or gearbox mounting or exhaust mounting
It is compact in design but complecated. Smooth shifting of gears, noise free shifting most suitable for Passenger cars.
i think it is the fan and or compresser slowing down
A Japanese mask is typically made of wood, and is not capable of making noise of its own volition.
different parts inside the gearbox will have driped dry and make more noise after starting from cold this noise should go away fairly quickly as the running gears move the oil around the gear box
I think it means noise : | I'm not sure I typed in Zatsune Miku in a Japanese translator and it came out saying Noise Miku
generally speaking if the noise dissapears with your foot on the clutch it indicates a fault with the gearbox input/primary shaft bearing which could involve complete strip down of box in some cases. the reason the noise dissapears is that by putting the clutch down you are removing the load from the gearbox (transmission-US) hope this helps robb
As more people pack into Japanese cities noise pollution increases proportionally. Noise pollution and air pollution are connected to an increased number of vehicles on the road.
in japanese, pikachu is two separate words. pika, which is the sound of an electric spark, and chu, which means squeak
Type of noise - scraping, clicking? Type of vehicle? it's neither scraping or clicking it's kind of like a humming sound vehicle is 99 le Sabre
Check your oil level.
It sounds a lot like you have a brake problem. You need to get it checked out before any more serious damage is done, and it costs you a fortune.
There are several benefits of using a synchromesh gear box. Smoother shifting, less gearbox wear and less noise are among the top reasons.