I had my 2010 mustang gt clutch replaced with an Exedy 600hp clutch and Exedy lightweight aluminium flywheel and new pilot bearing and throw out bearing about 13000 miles ago. During the past month it is making a lot of extra rattling noises coming from the bell housing and a tap tap tap noise. When I look up into the bell-housing through the sight hole the clutch seems almost off balance. ( On a side not I do have ford racing hot rod cams so I do have a rougher idol.) I also noted a few small droplets of fluid which I wasn't able to identify at the site of the sight hole. I notice it most of the time when still at idle with the clutch pedal not engaged. I also notice a little extra engine/ tranny movement during hard acceleration. My thoughts are down to: Transmission input shaft, Springs on sprung clutch design, Motor or transmission mounts, throw out bearing being faulty? What advice can you give me?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, October 21st, 2015 AT 7:01 PM