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Old February 14th, 2022, 08:05 AM
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Default Re: Drivetrain noise

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Originally Posted by AZKen View Post
I guess I hear it......at 75 with hearing aids. Anyway would be nice to see what happens at 11 sec noise if clutch pedal was pushed in. What do you know about the throw out bearing? But they make noise when clutch pedal depressed.

So the noise is in 4th gear, after clutch released? and slight acceleration?

It may be one of those things that has to get worse to analyze. Watch the gauges. Check for smells and leaking fluids. Very hard to guess.
Throw out bearing is in good condition, checked that when I swapped the tranny. No noises when the clutch is depressed.

So the noise is in 4th gear, after clutch released? and slight acceleration?

Yes, 4th gear, low rpms, after the clutch is released and power is transferred through the drivetrain. Up a certain RPM and then it disappears.

I forgot to mention earlier that the slip yoke is pretty sloppy. Maybe that could come into play as well...
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