This is neither. When there is no load on the tires and you let the clutch out it will grind. If you accelerate and get the tires spinning then you may get past the grinding but it is not easy. Basically when you let the clutch out you have a mechanical connection between the clutch disc and flywheel and with no load on the tires the gears in the transmission start bouncing and the grinding is them backing back and forth into each other.
Here is a guide that will help with this a little bit:
Let us know if you need other info but if the clutch works fine on the ground then don't worry about what happened when it was lifted. Thanks
Wednesday, December 16th, 2020 AT 6:30 PM