Usually, bad throwout bearings act just the opposite-- they make a loud
screeching noise when the pedal is depressed. Nonetheless, I'd primarily
suspect the throwout bearing, but there are a few possibilities. I'd
recommend taking it back to the shop that replaced the clutch.
Ordinarily, that would be sound logic, but Hyundai doesn't use a pilot
bearing. I suppose it could be the input shaft against the crank bushing.
That certainly makes a little more sense than my original idea.
where is the pilot bearing?
i know in clutch kit there was big roiund plastic looking one i think thats
the clutch release, the other was a metal bearing about size of a large
they told me the car diddnt need the lil one put in it was fine...
( i wassnt impressed when i was told that when picking up) all new parts
should have wen t in.
since they said thyer diddnt put it in, kinda up to them top refix non?
i assume thyre l;ooking for another blame ;like he mentioned if its because
not a hyun clutch maybye its sound clutch setting in.
thats when i said u did the clutch a month ago, ive done several 8 hrs
should be broken in by now...
grrrrrrrr, hes my ex hyun ser manager, now at kia i go there because i
trusted him, and he gives me deals...
lets see now how much longer i trust....
rear brake still squeeks when sitting still or moving when its applied also.
they said thery replaced the cylinder in back and clean/lubed rear brakes.
they why still same eek when brake moves inside, or its smeting in there...
It is in the center of the flywheel on the back of the engine and is
used to support the nose of the transmission shaft. It is what you
stick the clutch disk alignment tool into so that the transmission shaft
will align with the clutch disk and pilot bearing when you are
installing the transmission.
1. The noise wasn't there before they replaced the clutch.
2. The noise was present immediately after the clutch was replaced.
3. The noise goes away when depressing the clutch pedal.
It would seem to me that the probability of the noise being somehow
related to the repair would be rather high. I think the onus is on the
repair facility to determine what's causing the noise and stop with the
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