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This is a discussion on Squeaky Clutch? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; In the last few days I have noticed the clutch on my 11' WRX squeaks on the way out. Nothing ...

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    Squeaky Clutch?

    In the last few days I have noticed the clutch on my 11' WRX squeaks on the way out. Nothing on the way in. Also it feels like there are tiny little notches in the clutch. These notches are barely noticeable just kind of a weird feeling like the pedal has to roll over tiny marbles on its way out. I have only done one hard launch and baby my car. I do not believe I am even close to needing a new clutch. I was also wondering, if there is a problem with my clutch, would the dealer be likely to deny the warranty claim because of my stage 1 tune and intake?
    - 2011 WRB WRX Premium Hatch

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    No problem, I had the same issue, itll eventually go away.
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    Try spraying WD40 on the linkage.

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    Its normal

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    Same issue. It comes and gos occasionaly

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