Hi there I have a problem with my 1991 toyota mr2 turbo. The car has been rebuilt recently and has about 60 000 kilometres on the engine and tranny. The problem is in the car when I press the clutch in any gear or in neutral, my rpms drop by about 200. Sometimes the car will even stall out due to the rpm drop. Whenever I press the clutch down, it also makes a weird grinding noise but the noise goes away when the car warms up. However when the car warms up, although the noise dissapears, the rpm drop is more severe and usually stalls out the car. Im hoping its just the clutch throw out bearing thats causing this although Id be happy if it were something easier. Im hoping its NOT crankwalk and my thrust washers have fallen off my crankshaft. Do you guys have any idea what it could be? The car runs perfect other then when you press the clutch in. Thanks alot for your time.
Thursday, February 7th, 2013 AT 7:46 AM