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Clicking noise occuring when I push the clutch pedal in?

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Doesnt happen all the time, more when the car is warm, at a certain place in the clutch travel there is a sort of click that sounds like a bearing or something maybe. Throwout bearing maybe? Its weird because it doesnt do it when cold, but then starts doing it every time. It does it whether I am moving or not, and changes gears just fine.

Thanks for any help!

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Guest Anonymous

Common problem, if it is one click as you depress the clutch. You can easily fix it by getting underneath with some axle grease and putting some where the clutch rod contacts the metal piece that goes in to the tranny - rotate the rod 100 degrees while you are there.

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It's best to get underneath and have someone else pump the clutch pedal while you watch and listen... as it could be a lot of things I had a click, and it was the slave cylinder sliding in its bore in the bellhousing because the shim behind the snap ring was missing.

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