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odd squeaking noise on my 2004 gt Mustang

whenever my car is sitting there at idle it is squeakin, i know its not the belts and when i put the clutch in, it quiets down, but doesnt completely go away.... ima try to post a video for some better details

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hmm. thats tricky. try and, while not touching the clutch pedal, lightly push the shifter towards a gear and see if that makes it go away as well. then id say its a tranny issue of some sort. but from what you say, doesnt seem like a pilot bearing or TOB. hopefully someone else will have another idea for you.
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yeah, wierd...

I'm not a tranny expert, but if it were a bad TOB or Pilot bearing there wouldn't be a noise until the clutch pedal was depressed, correct?
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Try adjusting the clutch, the throwout bearing may be riding on the pressure plate all the time, it should be 1/8-1/4 inch away when the pedal is released. Otherwise it could be the pilot bearing, that will often make a noise that stops when the pedal is pushed in.

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its usually the throw out bearing

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its usually the throw out bearing

i would typically agree, except that the TOB makes noise when the clutch pedal is touched, not make the noise go away when you touch it. and when its bad, it can have a cu*t hair fall on it and ittl make noise.
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all right, i tried gently pushing the shifter towards a gear and the squeaking didnt stop...ima post a video and see if that might help...

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Its your TOB (Throw out Bearing) if it squeeks when the clutch is not in, then when the clutch goes in, its the TOB.

Our 03' Cobra's went out a few months ago. Did the EXACT same thing.

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heres the video to my squeaky problem


YouTube - squeaky 04 gt mustang**HELP**

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Ram Stage 2 Clutch
... Buncha other crap

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that why ford gonna take this crap of 4.6 next year and get out the 5.0 i dont like the crap of 4.6

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that's not a clutch problem i dont know wich problem may be because is dark and i cannot see where he put the camera

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cluth should be adjucted if the gears are gripping while putting them

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Throwout Bearing.

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the first 2 times with the clutch in and out i was holding the camera just outside the door with it open and the last time i did the clutch out, the camera was pretty much under the car out 4 inches

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Throwout Bearing.
x2 watched your vid. SN95's are notorious for this. It's not a big deal really just more of an annoyance.

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