This is a discussion on My short block swap progress.... within the Builds forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Drews I'm still interested! I know! I'll try to get a better estimate...lol....
it's your bearing... just adjust the bolt that controls how far out your clutch throws
I bet she couldnt hold a note..
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it's super easy. Look under the dash. There's a bolt that acts as the stop for the clutch pedal. Back it out a couple turns.
no. It's the bearing... and it's not an issue. It's the most common on 06+ setups because of how the clutch engages, but basically the clutch pedal goes too far out, relaxes the pressure in the hydraulic system enough that the slave cyl allows the fork to push the throwout bearing to rub on the fly wheel. It's a common problem, and the easiest way to fix it is to adjust the throw of the clutch pedal until the noise goes away. But make sure there is enough through to allow full disengagement of the clutch. You don't want to prematurely wear down the clutch because it's always partially engaged from your clutch pedal being too far down.
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