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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-09-2011 Thread Starter
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Grinding sound when on Clutch

Every year when it starts to get cold here, my clutch will make a grinding sound when the pedal is depressed even just a little bit, but the sound usually either goes away or nearly goes away once the car has warmed up. I don't recall ever noticing it during any other time of the year other than when its cold outside. I haven't noticed any slipping or other issues with it or gear changes. What is it causing this noise, is this a normal thing or something I should be concerned about, and how can it be fixed if its something to worry about?


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It could be a bad throw-out bearing.

post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-11-2011 Thread Starter
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Okay. Thank you. Ill look into it.

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