A worn out clutch release bearing would cause a whining sound when you put your foot on the clutch.
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.
sounds like clutch needs adjustment or time to replace it
Probably do to a bad pressure plate and or clutch plate. I would first check linkage adjustment and slave cylinder before changing clutch.
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.
Compressor/clutch is about to go bad, if has a serpentine belt when it does no driving the car, better get it checked while car can drive, oh ya stop using AC till its checked.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I believe that would be a throwout / release bearing problem on your clutch
Could be clutch cooling fan engaging
the ratchet on the brakelight switch needs pulling out a couple of clicks mine was the same.
I'm not quite sure how youare hearing that if you are pressing the pedal, more likely the click is the clutch switch clicking that allows you to start the vehicle, if it truly is the slave cylinder, down on the bellhousing making the click sound it could be loose, or making a clicking sound as it connects with the clutch lever.
A worn belt can make a squealing sound with the motor running. A seized clutch can also make this sound.
needs new clutch pressure plate and throw out bearing
It would sound like the throw out bearing is bad.. That is usually replaced with the clutch and pressure plate. The throw out bearing applies pressure to the pressure plate and releases the clutch disc. When not applied, the bearing spins freely, and a noise would indicate a dry bearing.
Check the spring perch, look for a rubber bushing that the springs sit on. Compare it the other side that doesn't squeak.
My guess would be components in the rear brake assembly. My 2003 Liberty kind of makes a creaking sound back there. Depending on the type of sound it might also be something with the exhaust system, which I believe runs down the passenger side.
If the clutch was not disengaging I would say the clutch master is empty of hydraulic fluid, this would be a result of a leak in the master or the slave cylinder. If the clutch is not engaging I would suspect the clutch disc has shredded in which case the clucth assembly would have to be replaced.
A 2007 corsa would be a hydraulic clutch
There is no air on the Moon, so you could not hear the bell directly. However, if the bell was pressed against a rock, and you pressed your spacesuit helmet against the rock, you could hear the sound travel through the rock.
The only thing I can think of that would make a sound on a regular BMX would be the ticking from the pawls in the freewheel/freehub mechanism - the one way clutch that allows you to keep the pedals still while rolling forward.
I would like to visit my friend tomorrow, but as I am travelling, I would be pressed for time if I did.
Any clutch that is 'pushed in' is basically disengaged. When you push in the pedal, the two plates that compose the clutch assembly are separated from each other. If you have grinding when these parts are pressed together but hear nothing when they are apart, the problem should seem obvious. The plates are no longer working as they should and probably need replacement. One other possibility is that the clutch is operating normally and some other part of the drivetrain is damaged. The effect of this would be similar and would only be present when the clutch is engaged. In any case, an inspection is necessary to further diagnose the problem.
The 1994 would have a bolt on pulley while the 1998 had a pressed on pulley. Other than that they are same. A new pump would be of the pressed on pulley style.The 1994 would have a bolt on pulley while the 1998 had a pressed on pulley. Other than that they are same. A new pump would be of the pressed on pulley style.
I had the same problem and then my alternator went out. Replaced alternator and haven't had the problem since. Check your belts.
If a truck has a clutch brake it would only be used when coming to a complete stop. By pushing the clutch peddle completely to the floor you would apply the clutch brake. This stops the clutch disc from spinning making it easier to shift into 1st or reverse gear. Normal shifting while driving you would not need to or want to push the clutch peddle to the floor to activate the clutch brake.
you may not be pushing the clutch all the way in or the cluch may need to be adjusted