Engine Hydraulic Clutch

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  1. Americansilver

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    Hey guys any advice would be great.

    Ever since I got the car in 2009 there is a squeaking coming from the clutch. When I put sleight pressure on the pedal the squeak stops. The Goodyear shop I take my car to didn't know what it could be.

    Not sure if it is my clutch going out, or if there is a way to tighten the pedal. Let me know if you know what this could be.
     
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    Throwout bearing. Quite common issue. It's a cheap sub $20 part, but you need to drop the transmission to replace it. Usually the squeak is all it does and you can drive years and miles like that. When engagement starts to become rough, then it's about to fail on you.

    BTW, Mustangs up til 2004 had cable clutches, not hydraulic
     
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    I thought it had cable clutches, I took it to a shop and they told me it was a hydraulic clutch. Thanks for the info ill look into it.
     
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