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Cesarfl

Clutch Noise

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I am recently having a weird clutch noise, it happens when I start to release the clutch pedal, it feels like metal on metal scratching together, it only happens when I let the pedal engage the clutch slowly, the clutch works perfect there is no slippage or any other problems.

Anyone with opinions. Clutch was replaced 20,000 miles ago, car has now 66,000 miles

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MY99 had some clutch spring problems - so if the noise is coming from under the dash (rather than the rear of the car) then the problem is likely a pedal/clutch spring problem. There are a couple of TSBs on this problem.

If the noise is a creaking noise from the transmission bell housing then they likely did not replace your clutch release arm when they changed your clutch. Some MY99 cars had bad clutch release arms - there is a TSB on this also.

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MY99 had some clutch spring problems - so if the noise is coming from under the dash (rather than the rear of the car) then the problem is likely a pedal/clutch spring problem. There are a couple of TSBs on this problem.

If the noise is a creaking noise from the transmission bell housing then they likely did not replace your clutch release arm when they changed your clutch. Some MY99 cars had bad clutch release arms - there is a TSB on this also.

Thanks I think it is the release arm

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