Question about 2000 Toyota ECHO
I have a grinding noise in my transmission when I am driving and it is getting louder every day. When I engage my clutch or put it in neutral while driving then the noise stops. When I let off the clutch or put it back in gear then the grinding type noise starts again. What could be causing the problem and what would happen if I just leave it alone?
Sounds like a bad throw out bearing you have to take the tranny out to replace it.
Posted on Aug 26, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is what is going on. When you push in the clutch pedal you remove the connection between the engine and the transmission. At this time all the parts in the transmission stop rotating.Since the only parts in the transmission that can rotate without moving the car are the input parts we can safely assume that the noise can only be from there.This can be a transmission input bearing. Worn Synchro mechanism (allows the transmission to shift without grinding the gears)Low fluid in the tranny. Or a bad clutch component. Top off or change the fluid. If it still makes the noise you need to take it to a tranny shop.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 Toyota Clutch replacement
Whenever you have additional floor mats in the vehicle, the clutch pedal does not go to the floor. This, in turn, prevents the clutch release mechanism from releasing the clutch disc fully from the flywheel. This causes premature clutch disc wear. I would agree that you need a clutch replacement.
The replacement is pretty straight forward, as long as your guy has the ability to support & hold the engine assembly while the transmission is removed.
No big mysteries on the clutch replacement.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
First thing to do is check the fluid level if that ok you may want to think about having the transmission filter and fluid changed, there are other possibilities but check these first
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
Yes, your clutch might be worn and/or out of adjustment or the trans is worn. Your clutch may be fine also. Toyota's have a problem with there shifter bushings and seats. They brake and crack also causing shifting problems. And some times only one gear depending on the condition.If yours is broken,crack or damaged, you can find the parts from Toyota and there a whole lot cheaper than a clutch. Also I recommend adjusting the clutch if possible. Not all are adjustable. Check your clutch fluid.
Posted on May 04, 2009
pop off the cap on your clutch reservoir, if it's empty fill it up, leave the cap off, and then pump the clutch 20 times to try to get air out, that should work.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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