Noise from the transmision

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Asked by Feb 01, 2012 at 07:48 PM about the 1999 Honda Civic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Seems to disappear with the clutch in. I've tried changing all the bearings including on the LSD, didn't help. 1999 Civic Vti  B16A2 engine. Any ideas?

6 Answers

sounds like the release bearing is going bad,have to drop tranny to replace.

1,675

any cracks on other than the bearings? maybe the transmission components.. sometimes the teeth would break so it wouldnt shift...if it cracks inside, fragments would be a big problem and break all the linkages in your transmission...

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thanks, i had my mechanic change all 7 bearings (5 on shafts and 2 on LSD) and made no difference, those are original bearing too, bought from the dealer (not cheap), still could be faulty bearings that I've gotten. I'll have him open it again soon, for the third time, i hope he didn't lie about changing all of them. I'll let you know.

5

sold it, will never find out

1,675

ouch...

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glad you deleted my comment, truth hurts

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