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Old 04-21-2017, 10:12 AM   #1
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Hello,

not sure if this belong to here, please help to post to the correct channel.

I have a small car, proton savvy manual.
I did a change of clutch bearing and clutch while it hit 150k.

now at 170k, the clutch is kinda noisy during idle.
once I step the clutch, the noise will go off.

is it that the clutch bearing is gone?
what happen if I don't change the clutch bearing?
will it cause the car to break down or unable to change gear?

labor fee is expensive as I was told not easy to change savvy clutch or its bearing..
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Old 04-21-2017, 10:39 AM   #2
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Hello,

not sure if this belong to here, please help to post to the correct channel.

I have a small car, proton savvy manual.
I did a change of clutch bearing and clutch while it hit 150k.

now at 170k, the clutch is kinda noisy during idle.
once I step the clutch, the noise will go off.

is it that the clutch bearing is gone?
what happen if I don't change the clutch bearing?
will it cause the car to break down or unable to change gear?

labor fee is expensive as I was told not easy to change savvy clutch or its bearing..
Sound like the clutch release bearing since you mention step on clutch no sound.....
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Old 04-21-2017, 10:56 AM   #3
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Sound like the clutch release bearing since you mention step on clutch no sound.....
throwout bearing and release bearing dif thing ka?... throwout, i think when pushed in only bising

the input shaft bearing on the other hand should do what you mentioned... (clutch depressed, noise goes away)

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Old 04-21-2017, 11:25 AM   #4
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Iam with lsm1991,

When we depress the clutch, the bearing will function and rotate the whole clutch assembly without the clutch pad. I believe whether its a pull or push type, its the same concept. Bearing will function when the clutch depress only.
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Old 04-21-2017, 01:21 PM   #5
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Iam with lsm1991,

When we depress the clutch, the bearing will function and rotate the whole clutch assembly without the clutch pad. I believe whether its a pull or push type, its the same concept. Bearing will function when the clutch depress only.
I had that problem before, and my mechanic call it release bearing, because don't step is attached, step is release mah.......lol
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