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Old 12-20-2010, 04:23 PM
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00 F250 6 speed ***HELP!

Start by saying thank you to all that have posted information with repair tips and help. This is my first post, all the problems i have had were resolved by reading.....Until now

With the clutch pedal out rattling annoying noise. Push the pedal in the noise goes away. Borderline embarrassed at stop lights.

Was told release bearing.
Changed it noise still there

"Oh, its prolly the pilot bearing"
Pulled tranny AGAIN..noise still there

Ok, this is going to be the third time and Id like to get it right this time. From the get go I said I should just put a clutch in it. Think thats the noise? Doesnt seem to slip or chatter. Only has an AFE sage 2 and 5 inch with 6 inch stack with the occasional resistor trick. 150xxx miles.

ANY info or suggestions would be appreciated....

THANK YOU

Melvin
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Old 12-21-2010, 09:50 AM
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is it doing this at idle in neutral or while going slow (like below 1000rpm) in first and second?
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Old 12-21-2010, 09:54 AM
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From what i can tell its when ever the clutch pedal is out. In gear or not.
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Old 12-21-2010, 10:06 AM
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hmmmm if it ONLY does it in gear at very low RPMs its normal, it's just gear rollover.... if it's happening in neutral you have bigger problems....

Does the input shaft in the transmission have any play?
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no play in the input shaft. I checked that the second time i pulled the tranny and replaced the pilot bearing.
its like it just sits and chatters. once you press the clutch in it goes away.
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Old 12-21-2010, 10:13 AM
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hmmm yea that doesn't really make any sense.... it's possible it's the disk... but usually a bad disk will make noise while the clutch is pushed in.... you said you had it out... how'd the disk look? if it were the disk you would have been able to see the source of the noise... broken spring, crack, etc.

sounds like a throwout or input shaft bearing...

if you lightly rest your foot on the pedal can you feel the noise in the pedal? does it go away with slight pressure?
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Old 12-21-2010, 10:16 AM
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I would hate to pull it a third time and put a clutch in it to only find out that that was not what was making the noise. Is it possible for the clutch disc to be noisy? With the disc in my hand i could some what rattle the disc and it felt kinda flimsy. However the engagement was fine with no noticeable slippage or anything. flywheel surface seemed to be in great condition.
I dont have much experience with these trucks and doing my best to remedy my problem as a do it yourselfer

Thanks for the response.

*****HELP!!!!
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Old 12-21-2010, 10:20 AM
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I wouldnt say that the noise can be felt through the pedal. I have never really focused on the "feel" though.
Now if the input shaft bearing is bad i was under the understanding you would have some leakage from around the shaft? Would you say if pulling it a third time and doing a clutch to do the input shaft bearing also?? Easy straight forward replacement? Difficult? Napa, Autozone or dealer only? Never been that far in there. Shooting for Thursday to tear down and get running correctly
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it is a pilot bearing mine did the same thing until i put a southbend kevlar pilot BUSHING in and it stopped it and the trannys are noisy anyways
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depends on the tranny... i've never had the front of a zf6 apart, althought my 03 cobra i did the input shaft & bearing on and it was cake.

can you get a video of the noise and put it up on youtube? do you have any pics of the clutch disk from when you pulled it?
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