We just got done replacing the clutch on our 79 CJ7. We ended up replacing the pressure plate, pilot bearing, and throwout bearing. When we got it all back together, it worked fine for about a week until the throwout bearing started chirping. When you push in the clutch, there is a noticeable chirp from the bearing. Also, as you release the clutch pedal while the engine is running, the pedal catches and feels almost as if i won't engage fully. However, when the engine is off, it is very smooth without any problems. Does anyone have any idea what this could possibly be?
1985 CJ-7 with 4bt Cummins Turbo Diesel, nv4500, dana 300, 4.56 gears in stock axle housings just waiting to blow up with the extra power!