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Old 02-13-2008, 09:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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When I push in/let out the clutch there is a loud rubbing sound. Very mechanical type of sound, like something binding up. The cluthc works perfectly. I have crawled under the dash as best I can, sprayed every moving part I can see with silicon, white lithium,etc. No better. I did the same under the rig where you turn the adjustment on the cable. I am not any kind of mechanic so I may be missing the obvious. Any ideas? It cannot be a good thing. PG
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I have the same issue with mine. it sounds like steel rubbing agents rubber. I don't think it is anything to worry about. heck i just keep driving. well between the two of us if it becomes a problem I am sure one of us will tell the other

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Hey there, Lucky Dog, as a matter of fact I DID locate the source of trouble. I got the clutch cable replaced and that was it. Somewhere inside it was either dried out, kinked or bent. It would rub when I stepped on the pedal. Took about 15 minutes and now works perfectly. Hope yours is no worse than this. Philip
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thanks Phillipg
I appreciate the reply back I will look into replacing my cable.
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