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Unread 09-09-2013, 09:36 PM   #1
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Noise from tranny when engaging clutch

I have 93 yj 2.5 5spd. Recently replaced transmission(rebuilt ax5) new pressure plate and throwout bearing (autozone). Noise seems to happen mostly above 45mph. When I push in my clutch pedal at these speeds I hear almost sounds like a growling noise. But once I shift gears and let out the clutch it stops. Another thing that is confusing is if I push in the clutch at highway speeds put it in neuatral and release clutch sound still is there until I put it in gear again. Any help on this?

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Unread 09-09-2013, 09:39 PM   #2
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Sounds like the rear main bearing in the transmission.

Are you sure it's rebuilt?

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Ya positve. Has a year warranty on it.
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Anyway to check it and also could it possibly be the throwout bearning?
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Typically, throwout bearings make noise idling in Neutral, and not touching the clutch pedal. Slight clutch pedal pressure usually makes the noise dissipate. Additionally, they aren't usually audible at road speed.

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