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Old 22-Oct-2005, 04:22 PM
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clutch noise?

ok i really wasn't sure what to search for so here it goes.

when ever i engage my clutch in reverse then start to ease up on it as i begin backing up a very noticable schreeching sound happens and its driving me crazy cause it is also very noticable to everyone around my car in a parking lot.

at first i thought my slave cylinder needed to be lubed again but that happens at different points of clutch depression, what i'm talking about now happens more when the clutch is fully lifted and i'm actually reversing.

anyone know what this could be?
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Old 23-Oct-2005, 01:07 PM
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ok well now since i've had another night to check this sound out, it seems that maybe it has nothing to do with my clutch but i think just going in reverse....cause i was on an incline and was just in neutral and as i was going back it started with the sounds again...people 20 feet away turned to look to see what that horrible sound was.

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Old 23-Oct-2005, 02:52 PM
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mine does that too when im in reverse it whines so loud im not sure what it is tho i think it might just be the tranny???
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could be release bearing...
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Old 23-Oct-2005, 05:47 PM
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try to check your frony brake pads maybe the sensor is touching or rubbing at ur brake rotors.

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Old 23-Oct-2005, 06:05 PM
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Originally posted by car tech
try to check your frony brake pads maybe the sensor is touching or rubbing at ur brake rotors.

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that was my first thought that maybe they were worn down and the squeelers were rubbing, but wouldn't it do it going forward also?
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its louder at revers due to a sensor position at ur brake pads
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Old 26-Oct-2005, 05:19 PM
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Originally posted by car tech
its louder at revers due to a sensor position at ur brake pads
ok then, soon as i get a chance i'll pull off the wheels and check it out. thanks
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