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Old 03-15-2018, 01:17 PM   #1
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Whining/Squeaking Cold Start Neutral TOB?

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I know I've seen other threads with similar problems but i haven't found exactly this. So I'm sorry if this has already been solved on another thread.
Thanks for any help!

Basically what is happening is only on Cold starts and with the clutch released in neutral this whining/squeaking sound starts coming from the engine bay (not under the car i believe).
If I push in the clutch the sound goes away until released while still cold.
Once the car is warmed up if i push in the clutch and out it goes away completely.

Here's a video of it
https://youtu.be/fUSRzm3IklA

and yes I know i need to clean my engine bay
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Hey guys!
I know I've seen other threads with similar problems but i haven't found exactly this. So I'm sorry if this has already been solved on another thread.
Thanks for any help!

Basically what is happening is only on Cold starts and with the clutch released in neutral this whining/squeaking sound starts coming from the engine bay (not under the car i believe).
If I push in the clutch the sound goes away until released while still cold.
Once the car is warmed up if i push in the clutch and out it goes away completely.

Here's a video of it
https://youtu.be/fUSRzm3IklA

and yes I know i need to clean my engine bay
Thanks guys!
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Old 03-15-2018, 01:26 PM   #3
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How long would you say is long? Any mileage or days it can be measured? And is there a way to extend it's life before imminent failure?

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How long would you say is long? Any mileage or days it can be measured? And is there a way to extend it's life before imminent failure?

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I would not even guess at how long is too long but I waited and it blew and took out my whole clutch and flywheel. The clip is exactly how mine started out. It slowly got worse and then stopped making noise altogether. Not long after it stopped the noise it blew. Took about 3 months from first noise to gone but other have had it last much longer or much shorter. There isn't a thing that can be done to extend it.
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Dropped it off at a shop today to do the throw out bearing and clutch, thanks for the help Tcoat!
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Dropped it off at a shop today to do the throw out bearing and clutch, thanks for the help Tcoat!
Mine was doing this end of the summer. Have new parts ready to go for Spring. Curious to see if it's the TOB or something else though.
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Mine was doing this end of the summer. Have new parts ready to go for Spring. Curious to see if it's the TOB or something else though.
Dang, summer to spring? Hopefully mine lasts that long. I won't have the budget for this kind of work anytime soon

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how much $$ out of curiosity?
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Dang, summer to spring? Hopefully mine lasts that long. I won't have the budget for this kind of work anytime soon

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Only drove it up until November and it has been parked since then. Maybe 1-2k miles driven with that noise.
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how much $$ out of curiosity?
I got quoted $700 out the door from dealership, but got covered under warranty (60k miles powertrain) the only thing i bough was the TOB and since the trans was out make sense to do clutch disc too ($100 for clutch disc + 12 TOB). Maybe you could do for less if you source the parts and bring the car to a reputable shop
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