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Old 07-01-2012, 12:01 AM   #1
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clutch problems

47000miles on factory clutch, starting to head funny noises during idle from the throwout bearing looking to install new clutch kit, need something with the best bang for your buck...

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47000miles on factory clutch, starting to head funny noises during idle from the throwout bearing looking to install new clutch kit, need something with the best bang for your buck...
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What noises? Mine has been noisy since I bought it at 35K now 46k
Pretty noisy tranny/clutch.
Not sure what a good replacement is ?

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It makes a winding/ticking noise while the clutch has no pressure on it, but when I barely touch it it goes away. I talked to some people about it and they said most likely the throwout bearing. But also as I press the pedal in I hear 3 or 4 loud clicks??
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It makes a winding/ticking noise while the clutch has no pressure on it, but when I barely touch it it goes away. I talked to some people about it and they said most likely the throwout bearing. But also as I press the pedal in I hear 3 or 4 loud clicks??
There a a few TSB's for 07-08's clutch disc and throw out bearing. Project JK list all of them.

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That's the noises it makes lol
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That's the noises it makes lol
I believe he was spam and was deleted. Bunch of bullsh*t post last night.
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I heard center force clutches are good, plus they come in a complete kit
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I heard center force clutches are good, plus they come in a complete kit
They did not have a kit for the Jk when I was looking I don't think.

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Old 07-27-2012, 08:38 AM   #9
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So I got my new centerforce clutch/ bearings installed about 3 days ago and its making a loud rattling noise when I pull out. Are all centerforce clutches nosiy or am I a lucky onle who gets to spend more money to get it fixed?
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Check the link below. There are 7 different stages available and they are sold as a kit and are intended to work with the stock flywheel (though the flywheel should be insured to be flat if it is used).

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