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Why would a clutch would make a creaking sound as it is pressed?


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2005-10-25 19:54:07
2005-10-25 19:54:07

IT HAS BEEN MY EXPERIENCE WITH OLDER VEHICLES THAT WHEN THE CLUTCH PEDAL "CREEKS" THERE ARE SOME WEAR POINTS WHICH ARE NOT GETTING LUBRICATED

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A worn out clutch release bearing would cause a whining sound when you put your foot on the clutch.

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if I understand the question you asked correctly, I would say you are in need of a clutch but it might need adjustment but not likely.

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Probably do to a bad pressure plate and or clutch plate. I would first check linkage adjustment and slave cylinder before changing clutch.

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The engine might rev up when the clutch is pressed if the driver is still pushing slightly on the gas pedal during normal shifting. It is also possible for the driver to accidentally touch the brake and the gas at the same time without realizing it.


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