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Old 09-02-2012, 08:38 PM
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That was what I was having...and stalls..it sucked.
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For those of you with manual transmissions in your stangs -- is your gearbox noisy? I get a fair amount of clattering and metal-on-metal noises sometimes when I'm shifting into gear. Usually about the time that the gears engage when I'm pulling the clutch out, and most noticeable with my window down. This might be a normal characteristic for a car like this; this is first time I've drivin a fast car with a stick.
My opinion.......gear rollover.......normal.
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NOTE: While verifying the condition, determine whether the noise is gear rollover noise, release bearing rub or some other transmission-related noise. Gear rollover noise, inherent in manual transmissions, is caused by the constant mesh of gears turning at the engine idle speed while the clutch is engaged and the transmission is in NEUTRAL. Release bearing rub is sometimes mistaken for mainshaft bearing noise. Gear rollover noise will disappear when the clutch is disengaged or when the transmission is engaged in gear. Release bearing rub will disappear when the clutch is engaged. In the event that a bearing is damaged, the noise is more pronounced while engaged in gear under load or coast than in NEUTRAL
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NOTE: While verifying the condition, determine whether the noise is gear rollover noise, release bearing rub or some other transmission-related noise. Gear rollover noise, inherent in manual transmissions, is caused by the constant mesh of gears turning at the engine idle speed while the clutch is engaged and the transmission is in NEUTRAL. Release bearing rub is sometimes mistaken for mainshaft bearing noise. Gear rollover noise will disappear when the clutch is disengaged or when the transmission is engaged in gear. Release bearing rub will disappear when the clutch is engaged. In the event that a bearing is damaged, the noise is more pronounced while engaged in gear under load or coast than in NEUTRAL
That's all well and good but this noise happens DURING gear engagement and disengagment. So I'm not sure if we're talking about the same thing. Once the clutch is pushed all the way in or pulled all the way out the noise is done and over with.
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Mine has the 5 speed, so I can't make a fair comparison there, but I did get to drive one with a 6 speed in it not too long ago. It seemed a bit noisy to me but I couldn't put my finger on why. It's possible that is the way they sound. Can you test drive a different one somewhere and see how it is?
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Radio doesn't help. I can feel it in the pedals and shifter.
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