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Old 03-25-2012, 10:05 PM   #1
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Time to play: Identify those noises

Here are done short clips of the noises my jeep started making in the past couple weeks. The noise is speed dependent but only happens when clutch pedal is not pressed. It doesn't make much noise with the pedal pressed as you can tell when it gets quiet. It also grinds a bit into reverse but only if you don't go into another gear first.





As you can tell in the second clip, the noise gets faster with rpms, but doesn't happen with clutch pedal down.

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Old 03-25-2012, 10:32 PM   #2
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I'm guessing it happens when you are moving as well? I have no idea because I'm not a mechanic of any sorts but maybe something in the transmission?? That's just where I would start looking.. Sorry I'm not much help. Good luck.

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Time for a new clutch, pressure plate and throw out bearing. Hate to be the bearer of bad news
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Obviously something involving ur clutch. Means it goesaway when pressed my guess is the pin that holds ur slave cylinder came out and its vibrating inside until of course u press in the clutch and it expands it and goes away. Just a thought Idk not gonna say that's for sure it but I would say replace clutch and slave cylinder I mean can't hurt right? Probably needs a new one anyway! But good luck!
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Thanks for the input guys. I rather it be the clutch/slave cylinder than anything internal.
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mine is doing something VERY similar. except i have anew clutch, TOB, pres plate, etc. pulled the tranny out and the pilot bearing was disintegrated. the noise going into reverse was from the transmission input shaft still spinning a little even when clutch was it ( bc the pilot bushing was locked to it ). your seems very similar. however. i replaced the pilot, noise mostly went away, but now its coming back some. driving me nuts!.

turn the jeep off. and try to start with it in Reverse. see if it makes the noise once in R, or only going into it
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pilot bearing comes with the clutch kit too right?

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