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after a rms/ims/clutch/tob replacement, what would squeak in the trann

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had a little bad luck, standard warranty rms replacement, opted to put a new clutch plate in a little early to save labor later

got the car back, no drips what so ever, clutch feels like a new clutch should, and when the car is cold it's quiet like it always was... but when it warms up it squeaks like a bedspring in a porno flick

so they just replaced the throw out bearing to fix that squeak (on their apologetic dime no less) and the silly thing still squeaks once it's warmed up, so I'm confused, and worse yet they're confused

anybody ever had this happen?

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The newer style release lever was installed beginning in April 2000 so you should have the newer one.

I guess it could still be bad...

eh, I'll bring it up, the tough part is that it's quiet when cold, and I think they let it sit after I brought it in so it'd be cool to work on, instead of throwing it on the lift and listening for the noise

I know they'll get it fixed, it's just annoying now that it's finally nice out here :)

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  • 2 weeks later...

dealership has had it for a week now, supposedly 3 techs on it today (thank you CPO)

so far, to fix this squeak, it's had a new throw out bearing, new master cylinder, a spring that was described as going into the cylinder near the clutch bleed port (I don't know which that is) and something else

while I love the new parts, I'm not happy that they're throwing parts at the problem, since it means they're just guessing

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