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Unhappy Throw out bearing

Has anyone had any issues with the throw out bearing in a '13-'14 mustang? I believe that I have an issue with mine but not quite sure. This all started when the cold weather started. From a cold start I get a rotational squeak in any gear and lasts for 3 miles and goes away. Doesn't happen in neutral, only in gear and while accelerating.



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I think you need to look elsewhere for the squeak. Does the squeak change with engine speed, or road speed? I'd be checking the driveshaft components first.


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Is there a change in pitch or noise stop when moving in gear and you slowly depress the clutch?
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Noise stops when you let up on accelerator and while pushing in the clutch to shift gears


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The pitch is like a high tin sound that is rotational


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As far as I can see it is covered under my Ford ESP if indeed it is the throw out bearing


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https://www.allfordmustangs.com/foru...ate-noise.html


That thread is for an issue affecting 2005-2010, where the dust plate/seperator plate made contact with the flywheel. It sounded like a bearing issue when it happened to me. The final fix was to just bend the plate with a screwdriver. I do not know if something similar can happen on a 2013. It used to happen in the cold and after the car sat overnight, then it would stop after a few minutes.
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That thread is for an issue affecting 2005-2010, where the dust plate/seperator plate made contact with the flywheel. It sounded like a bearing issue when it happened to me. The final fix was to just bend the plate with a screwdriver. I do not know if something similar can happen on a 2013. It used to happen in the cold and after the car sat overnight, then it would stop after a few minutes.
Not sure if that is the same noise. I don't hear it when I start the car, I can rev it up and not hear a thing but once I put it into gear and accelerate I hear the noise (rotational) which stops as I change gears and completely stops after 1 to 3 miles and is not heard over 35 mph


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