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zoomownsanEF

loud creaking sound

when i get into 1st i hear a loud creaking sound like opening a very very very rusty door.

my friend said my clutch is worn but my other friend said replace the throttle cable.

its super irritating,and it only happens when i cant catch getting into 1st gear ,cus the clutch is pretty worn....but i just want to be sure of myself.
can anyone help me?
cleanRENO90

sounds like your linkage bushings could be going out?

possibly you need to replace your clutch, or adjust your free play.
zoomownsanEF

cleanRENO90 wrote:
sounds like your linkage bushings could be going out?

possibly you need to replace your clutch, or adjust your free play.


man i hope its just that.
ha.
i wanna get it fixed immediately.
linkage bushings as in shift linkage shifter to the tranny?
sorry noob status.
~Sp33~

Does the noise happen when you're moving the gear nob?(shift linkage), selecting a gear (transmission), pushing or depressing the clutch? (clutch/flywheel).
JDQCIVIC4DR

Throw out bearring ? U hear usually when ur on the clutch 1st gear reverse, if u play with the clutch pressing n release you'll hear mostly its clutch throw out bearring cost about $75 bucks if u buy a clutch kit its come with it
zoomownsanEF

shoot,ima replace the whole clutch and hope thats the case cus i only notice it creek when i release the clutch and when im reversing up my hill i can hear aloud thud.not the usual buzzing.

thanks guys.
JDQCIVIC4DR

hopefully your springs on the clutch disc didnt break off and get stuck between flywheel ! i had that happen that and killed my lightweight fly wheel
zoomownsanEF

JDQCIVIC4DR wrote:
hopefully your springs on the clutch disc didnt break off and get stuck between flywheel ! i had that happen that and killed my lightweight fly wheel

hopefully not.
cus the sounds are getting more harsh and constant.
needs to be checked sooon,.

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