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Its hard to be sure if its the retainer sleeve the throw out bearing just rides on that , its just there to give the tob a smooth service to ride on as opposed to riding on the input shaft.
You could get under the car and have someone inside depress the clutch while you listen for changes . I would think if you got under there you would distinctly notice the noise more pronounced at the bell housing.
ej when u find out what your sound is, please call me and tell me what u have discovered my 98 makes the same ticking, that yours does. doesn't seem to effect any performance. im lost, myself. will keep giving her hell, till she blows. we may never know! call me 912 665 0729
Last edited by wifes pony; 08-01-2013 at 03:47 PM.
dawson 1112. when u find out what your sound is, please call me and tell me what u have discovered my 98 makes the same ticking, that yours does. doesn't seem to effect any performance. im lost, myself. will keep giving her hell, till she blows. we may never know! call me 912 665 0729
lol my car isn't the one making the noise , its ejt6125s car
I just noticed I had messed up. already corrected. thank ya. anyhow dawson, my pony is an automatic. same noise tho. you cant really hear it quite as loud as ej's, while its idling. but when u shut it off, and everything quits moving, the ticking slows and stops. everytime.
Last edited by wifes pony; 08-01-2013 at 03:59 PM.
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