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need some clutch help

a while back i posted on here about my clutch making a high pitched noise kind of like a squeal somewhat....my mustang is a 98 GT 4.6....a guy told me to pull the cover off the side of the trans and make sure the throwout bearing is not touching the pressure plate...well its touching the pressure plate forks and it should'nt be right?? i believe thats where im getting this high pitched squeal noise! now why would that throwout bearing be touching?? i had a transmission place called BG&S transmission replace the clutch in it quite along time ago and i have had nothing but problems since they touched it! the put a Luk Pro Gold clutch pack in it the part number is 07-913 just any advice as to what i need to do to fix this would be very helpful! thank you guys very much!

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should be 1/8" -1/4" of gap between fingers of pp and face of tob. could be a faulty tob. or the cable could be adjusted improperly.

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could also be the fork in a bind or not in there correctly, try taking off the cable and see if the tob is still on the pp.
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