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I am having an issue with my clutch. When I start out from a stop I get a clicking sound once the clutch has fully engaged, until I hit about 2k rpm. Then it either goes away or the exhaust drowns it out. It does it in 1st 2nd and reverse.
The best noise that I can compare it to is when I was a kid we use to put a playing card in our spokes to make it sound like and engine.
Anyone else has an issue with this.
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Last edited by SilverGT02; 02-24-2014 at 07:57 PM.
Check clearance of your entire exhaust system. I had a damn chirping noise from 1000-2000 RPMs coming from my tranny area. Passenger side cat delete was rubbing when the exhaust note was at a certain rpm lol.
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