Sounds like a throw out bearing making noise. I've heard of them
beginning to make noise and then quiet down after awhile. Letting it be
until you notice a shifting problem, louder whine or replace it just to
be safe is totally up to you.
Sometimes we get to know our cars a little to well. We hears things
that we didn't hear before because nothing is going wrong. Take someone
for a ride and ask if they hear it as well. If they hear it with no
prompting, then you might have something. If not, maybe your being too
critical. I've been there before myself.
Fort Collins, CO
"Paula J. Graffam" wrote:
> I've recently been hearing a momentary whistling/wining noise every time
> I depress the clutch petal especially from 1st to 2nd and 2nd to 3rd.
> There are no other symptoms of other issues, yet ! The clutch was
> completely replaced last year with new everything. Has anyone a clue to
> what this noise is all about? I simply do not want another problem to
> deal with so soon.
> On the other hand, if I'm going to be in for dreaded clutch problems with
> this system than I'll be good and ready to rip out this lousy excuse for
> a transmission and replace it with a van den Akker Conversion Toyota
> My patience is running very thin.
> Al Graffam 74TR6 CT.
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