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i am still having an issue with my 2000 mustang 3.8L my car will tick when i dont have the clutch engaged. its not a lifter tick or a rod, its definitely coming from the clutch i dont understand what it is or how to fix it. This is something i have never heard of or ever had to deal with so please if you have any ideas let me know
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Yeah but he says when the clutch is NOT engaged meaning his foot is on the pedal. Complete opposite of what happens when it's TOB or pilot bearing. No clue on what woudl cause a tick with the clutch NOT engaged.
08 S197 GT Auto: FRPP Strut Tower Brace, FRPP Bullitt CAI, Bama 91-P Tune, VBX remaned valve body with Superior Transmission Shift Kit.
Pending upgrades: Shaftmasters Aluminum 3.5" DS, FRPP 3.73 gears, Axle back exahust (?)
Originally Posted by LostBoyz
if you are getting 29mpg in your 5.0, you aren't driving it correctly
Ya it only does it when the clutch is not engaged so i should check the throw out bearing, and the TOB ? Thank you guys i will check those both out hopefully i can get this fixed and start on the more fun stuff like increasing power output lol.
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