A worn out clutch release bearing would cause a whining sound when you put your foot on the clutch.
hi i want to know why when i press the clutch i hear noise
throw out bearing
that is the wheel getting ready to change gear
Throwout bearings are permanently lubricated and as such do not have a grease fitting. If the bearing grinds when you press the clutch your throwout bearing is trashed. Since it only makes noise when your clutch is rattling around, it's just an annoyance. If it gets to the point where it makes noise when you press the clutch you need a clutch job.
If there is a clunking noise on a 1991 Firebird Formula 5.0 when going below 30 mph, and the clunking noise does not happen when the clutch is depressed, it is probably a problem with the flywheel. The flywheel moves freely when the clutch is depressed. When the clutch is not depressed, it could be that something is rubbing on the flywheel, like the clutch plate.
The self adjusting mechanism of the clutch cable can be slipping and making a click noise and not engaging the clutch when you press the pedal. You might just need a new clutch cable.
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The throw-out bearing is toast. Don't drive it anywhere but to a local garage for repair.
The clutch is the pedal you press to change gear.
anytime you press in the clutch on any car and you hear a noise its likely to be the throw out bearing. on a mechanical clutch there are alot of cables and pivots that can make noise as well. on a hydraulic clutch its really just fluid and a few moving parts (inerts of the master cylinder and slave cylinder) the rest are really in the clutch housing itself. it could also be something as simple as a loose bolt from somewhere or as bad as a loose flywheel. either way clutch systems in general are pretty simple and it can only be a few things. best bet is check the throw out bearing.
Some symptoms of a faulty clutch: - when you depress the clutch and press the gas (when changing gears) an used clutch will "slip" (maybe even make noise) and the car will accelerate slower than normal - when the gearbox is in neutral, some vibrations could be felt or some abnormal sounds could be heard
The throw out bearing will only make noise when you press the clutch pedal. If the clutch is new, the throw out bearing is a required replacement in a clutch job. Sounds like a bad pilot bearing. Not enough info in the question. I had the same problm and it was input shaft bering, AND the counter shaft bering. Replace them and sloved the problm.
Yes and self adjustable, and heavy duty clutch, thus when you press the clutch in, its quite heavy
Because there are so many parts to actually diagnose this will be a good place for you to start to troubleshoot what is wrong. The information below was taken directly from this site and it should help you to pin point where your trouble is: http://auto.howstuffworks.com/clutch2.htm Clutch Diagnostic TestIf you find that your clutch has failed, here is an at-home diagnostic test that anyone can perform: # Start your car, set the parking break, and put the car in neutral. # With your car idling, listen for a growling noise without pushing the clutch in. If you hear something, it's most likely a problem with the transmission. If you don't hear a noise, proceed to step three. # With the car still in neutral, begin to push the clutch and listen for noise. If you hear a chirping noise as you press, it's most likely the clutch release, or throw-out bearing. If you don't hear a noise, proceed to step four. # Push the clutch all the way to the floor. If you hear a squealing noise, it's probably the pilot bearing or bushing. If you don't hear any noise during these four steps, then your problem is probably not the clutch. If you hear the noise at idle and it goes away when the clutch is pressed, it may be an issue in the contact point between the fork and pivot ball.
The clutch is a cable based. There is no fluid and there is no clutch cylinder. To adjust the clutch cable slip your foot under the clutch pedal and lift up. If you hear it click it adjusted itself. If not then it did not need to be adjusted or the clutch is worn out and there is no adjustment left. ========================================================== Just adding to the answer : Without the engine running put the transmission in 1st gear After lifting up on the clutch pedal press the pedal DOWN , SLOWLY Then if you hear a click noise the clutch has adjusted itself
Put the card in, press the brake or clutch and press start
It might have a problem with the neutral safety switch, (it's what is switched on when you press the clutch) The switch is behind clutch pedal. It looks a lot like a brakelight switch. If it's bad, the part is about 40 or 50 dollars. Good Luck!!!
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If you have a clutch it could be slipping. It may also be a problem with the muffler or exhaust system. You may also have a very powerful engine.
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If a standard transmission vehicle makes a different sound when you press the clutch it usually means that the throwout bearing is about to seize.
a flywheel and clutch which is on the same shaft and a motor (which rotates the flywheel),also a ram(the moving assembly of press) is connected to the clutch..when motor rotates the flywheel and we apply electrical supply to the clutch..the clutch engaged with the flywheel.we get a motion into the ram.................................................................................................................................................................hun etho simple ni koi das sakda.............................
The clutch pedal usually squeaks where the clutch pedal is mounted under the dash. The clutch pedal pivots at its mounting point so it probaly just needs some lubed sprayed on it.
If you notice slipping when starting off or changing gears after the clutch is completely released, if the pedal rises almost to the top before the clutch engages, if you have difficulty changing gears, or if when you press the clutch the clutch does not disengage completely.