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Clutch/ throw out bearing noise

Hello all, everytime i turn on my car from a cold start i hear a squeek noise from under the car and when i put my clutch in its gone. Does anyone know what it is? I heard it was throw out bearing. Would it be better to get a whole new clutch kit or just puy a new throwout bearing?

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Sounds like the throw out bearing-how many miles on that clutch?



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+1 on the throwout bearing.Buddy of mine had the same issue. The noise would go away just by resting his foot on the pedal.
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