I have a 94 jeep wrangler 2.5l 5-speed Manuel and as I'm driving there is a whining coming from the motor area, but when I push the clutch in it stops. It's not loud, but very annoying and If there's a problem I want to catch it before it gets worse. Thanks.
When you press the clutch, do you keep you foot on the gas or you take it off as well?
I have a whining as well but it's really loud.
Give more details if you can. I would run the engine without the belt on for a very short period of time, to see if the noise goes away. If it does, one of your accessorie is the culprit, otherwise, the search keeps on going.
I don't give it any gas while clutch is in. While I'm
Driving, say 4th gear around 45 mph, it whines. When I go to shift, I push the clutch and the whining stops. When I release it, it comes back. It does it in every gear. Whether I'm doing 5 mph or 60. It only goes away when I push the clutch in
Thanks everyone lol. Here's a update. I checked all the belts and pullys and every things tight. (I would hope so considering I just got it all replaced due to the jeep decideing not to start) and well now the noise comes an goes . For two days it didn't make a sound, yesterday on the way home work it did the entire way. So honesty who knows lol