Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2003 21:46:05 +0100
From: Grunff <grunff232nopsam.com>
Subject: Re: Clutch Quick Question


Paul Halliday wrote: > When I put the car in neutral and lift my foot off the clutch, there is a > quiet, but noticeable, low pitched noise. This noise disappears when I > depress the clutch again. My car is an '89 900 T8. > > This is the "throw out bearing" gone bad, right? Is it a bit deal, or > something I can leave for a while until I need a bigger job doing in the > clutch area? Most likely, yes. If it's only making a little noise when you release the clutch, don't worry about it. It will gradually get worse, until your car sounds a little like a jet engine. That's the time to replace it (or if you do anything with the clutch before that time, replace it then). BTW, over here we call it a clutch release bearing. -- Grunff

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