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86 Chevy Blazer Manual Transmission


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06-12-03, 11:52 AM   #1  
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86 Chevy Blazer Manual Transmission

HAVE AN 86 CHEVY BLAZER THAT MAKES A WHINNING NOISE WHEN THE CLUTCH IS DEPRESSED. DOES NOT HAPPEN ALL OF THE TIME ABOUT 30 PERCENT RIGHT NOW. THE NOISE WILL USUALLY GO AWAY IF I PUT THE TRANSMISSION IN NUTRAL AND BACK INTO GEAR. WHAT IS MOST LIKLEY THE CAUSE.

 
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06-12-03, 12:41 PM   #2  
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Kill the caps, no need to shout. When's the last time it saw a new clutch? Sounds old and wasted.

 
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06-12-03, 02:30 PM   #3  
Clutch is a good place to start, but dont forget if you are replacing the clutch, you should always replace the release bearing as well. There are kits for Clutch, Pressure Plate and Release bearings at any parts store. While you have it out you might want to replace the fluid. Those trannies use ATF instead of oil, so frequent services are highly recommended.
Hope this helps,
Billy

P.S. You should also resurface the flywheel when changing the clutch disk

 
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06-13-03, 03:14 PM   #4  
If it only happens when the clutch is depresses than it is probably the through out bearing or pilot bearing. Either way change the clutch , pressure plate , through out brg , and dont forget the pilot brg.

 
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