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Clutch Pedal Noise 996tt


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As I press the clutch pedal I hear a creaking sound from under the car, just ahead of the driver's seat, like there is a dry bearing or joint in the mechanism. It's like opening an old barn door with rusty hinges.

I had this problem at 6K miles and the delaer fixed, said something was dry, I just recently replaced my slave and accumulator, clutch works great and is easy to push. This nosie happens toward the floor and happens either neutral or in gear, on or off.Anyone else with this sound? Any solutions?

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As I press the clutch pedal I hear a creaking sound from under the car, just ahead of the driver's seat, like there is a dry bearing or joint in the mechanism. It's like opening an old barn door with rusty hinges.

I had this problem at 6K miles and the delaer fixed, said something was dry, I just recently replaced my slave and accumulator, clutch works great and is easy to push. This nosie happens toward the floor and happens either neutral or in gear, on or off.Anyone else with this sound? Any solutions?

I had a similar problem and it was fixed at the dealer yesterday:

“Removed the clutch pedal assembly. Cleaned and lubed all pivot points, bushings, and return spring. Labor $110.00”

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As I press the clutch pedal I hear a creaking sound from under the car, just ahead of the driver's seat, like there is a dry bearing or joint in the mechanism. It's like opening an old barn door with rusty hinges.

I had this problem at 6K miles and the delaer fixed, said something was dry, I just recently replaced my slave and accumulator, clutch works great and is easy to push. This nosie happens toward the floor and happens either neutral or in gear, on or off.Anyone else with this sound? Any solutions?

I had a similar problem and it was fixed at the dealer yesterday:

“Removed the clutch pedal assembly. Cleaned and lubed all pivot points, bushings, and return spring. Labor $110.00”

I had the same thing done at the dealer yesterday. Except for the fact that they actually put a new return spring in.
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