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Old 03-31-2010, 06:03 PM   #1
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Here's my problem: I have a stock D15B7 with manual transmission that has 250,000 miles on it. The transmission is 100% orginal. I have a bad input shaft bearing (sounds like metal grinding or spinning when the clutch pedal is out and goes away when I push the clutch pedal in). Should I replace the input shaft bearing or should I wait until the transmission dies and just replace the whole tranny? I don't know if I am fully capable of replacing an input shaft bearing because I've never really taken apart the tranny before. From what I understand on other posts, when I do the input shaft bearing...it is probably a smart idea to replace the clutch and other bearings as well (which I can't really afford). I am pretty mechanically inclined though (I've done everything else that has ever gone wrong with my car).
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Start shopping for a replacement tranny.
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x2 and when u go to get a new tranny get one from an ex or si there better imo
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ok so when the clutch is out and makes a grinding noise its the imput shaft bearing and when you push it in and it grings is the throw out? cause mine only stops grinding when ur at a complete stop with the clutch in, when i take it out it sounds like there is rocks bouncing around in the case
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