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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 11-09-2011, 11:08 PM Thread Starter
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bad grinding noise..

My truck has had this bad grinding noise. Sounds like it is coming from the clutch in a way.. but my clutch still works great another no slipping or burning smell.

Today I found that even with the truck shut off an rolling there is a rattling noise commin from the same area.. an wen u kick it in reverse it seams to want to bog down a bit an spin the tires. That's without even applying the fuel peddle..
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an wen u kick it in reverse it seams to want to bog down a bit an spin the tires. That's without even applying the fuel peddle..
is that with the clutch in or out?

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Re: bad grinding noise..

That happens wen I'm releasing the cliche peddle wen I'm trying to back up..
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That happens wen I'm releasing the cliche peddle wen I'm trying to back up..
Well that is the way a clutch works. when you let it out, it engages and the truck moves

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Well that is the way a clutch works. when you let it out, it engages and the truck moves
Yea I know that.. but it shouldn't be bogging down real bad an trying to spin the tires like u dumped the clutch or something..
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Revers is geared pretty low. What year is your junk?

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I mean truck

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Re: bad grinding noise..

Its a 94. I've had the grinding noise for bout a week at most an the wheel problem started a few days ago.
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Have you checked any of the fluids since you bought the truck? What wheel problem?

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Have you checked any of the fluids since you bought the truck? What wheel problem?
Yea all my fluids are at proper levels.. an I meant the bogging an rear wheel spinning problem.. could it be the throw out bearing?
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