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Was working on my rear brakes this afternoon went for a test ride everything good. Jump back in car ran 2 miles to store all good on the way there. Heading back home this noise starts. Sounds worse at idle and just putting a little pressure on clutch and it stops. Put car up on ramps and crawled under to see if coming from transmission but between rattling headers, the engine and exhaust I could not hear anything else. It’s most noticeable inside car. It drives fine nothing feels out of place when driving. When driving I can’t hear it but again with all mentioned above it’s probably getting drowned out.

Just put transmission in about 2 months ago new clutch new flywheel new throughout bearing. Don’t have 200 miles on the install. I checked clutch linkage and all is tight and secure.

any thoughts?

 

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Sounds like throwout bearing. Maybe clutch fork has too much wear allowing bearing movement
 
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