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Old 06-25-2008, 06:57 PM
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squeaky clutch

I have a 98 lude and the clutch squeaks when I press it...it's kinda getting annoying...I dunno what's wrong with it...It functions fine...its just that there's a squeak every time I press it....will I have to spend $$$$.$$ to get it fixed or is it some thing I'd have to live with??
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prolly your throwout bearing.

which would absolutely suck cuz to change that, you basically gotta do an ENTIRE clutch/tranny job, which is neither cheap nor fun.
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but if it is the throw out bearing then can I drive it around??? or will it break down suddenly with no warning??? I can bear the noise if it does not harm the car in any other way...
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Common problem. Try greasing the clutch fork.
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Brash is right, is it only when cold? Grease the hell out of you slave cylinder, the joint on the outside of the tranny that moves when you push the clutch in/out then put some grease in the clutch fork (the part that goes into the tranny). This will also make you clutch pedal feel great!
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i have the same problem but it is only when cold. any kind of grease work?
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Id go fro high temp grease but Im sure anything would work.
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Re: squeaky clutch

more than likley
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