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.
I am going to help you where no one did for me this is the actual factory service manual your local dealer uses in the repair shop it will answer anything you would want to know. http://www.onlinefreeebooks.net/automotive-machinery-power-equipment-ebooks/mitsubishi/2000-2002-mitsubishi-eclipse-eclipse-spyder-service-manual-pdf.html
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