its not the throw out bearing,i know my old chevy if you let out of the clutch in neutral it would wine and its because of hte throw out bearing
ok misunderstanding on engaged and disengaged. When the clutch is engaged I mean locked up to the motor and going. now disengaged I mean sitting still and not moving. (how I see it in my mind) push the petal down to disengage. ease the petal off the ground for engagement... thought I'd clear that up. :thumbsup:no when your clutch is disengaged it wine,when you have pressure on your clutch it should be quiet, its hte opposite of what your saying when thers no pressure on your clutch that bearing is sitting there free spinning i bet thats w hat your problem is doubt your fly wheel cam apart usually if that happen i beleive it will make like a clunking noise
No sir Dan, the petal height is the same. there is no vibration at all at anytime while driving. the discs are engaging and disengaging normally, all of that is working fine. but when I push the clutch in, it starts making noise. but the noise stops when I began to bring the petal up about 3 inches off the floor just before it grabs.his flywheel is billet it didnt come apart, you would have a vibration, i guess it could be the release bearing, if anything else the clutch broke i wouldnt think it would work at all as far as release, could be a broke pivot ball, retainer etc...did the pedal height change as far as when it engages?
no theres no way. It only got worse since it started.how about water got on the flywheel and there is a small amount of rust? Could just be cleaning the rust off?
ok, I'm not going to disagree..... you know more than I do and its probably a dumb question, but What would make it too "Tight"?? Now here this, it has been slightly harder to shift the last few weeks... I'd have to put it in 4th then move to reverse so it would slide in easier... if that has anything to do with it.... I'd just have a short pause going from one gear to the next during regular driving... maybe something is too tight... but what??Cody if your bearing failed its most likely something else causing it, like running to tight or something.
So from what I've explained, do you agree with it being the bearing?? What are you calling the release bearing? is that another name for "throw out bearing" or a different part all together?Cody if your bearing failed its most likely something else causing it, like running to tight or something.