"Jingling" Noise

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  1. MnrlGryGT

    MnrlGryGT New Member

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    I got an '02 GT and been having this "jingling" type of a sound come underneath my car. I hear it the most when the car is idle...warming it up or at a stop light. Car is still under warranty and have taken it to Ford twice but they can't find anything wrong with it. Funny thing is when I step on the clutch pedal the noise goes away. When I release it, it comes back. It doesn't happen all the time, but just about. What do you think it is? Is my clutch bad? It's really frustrating. Please help.
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    2002BLGT Well-Known Member

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    pilot bearing or throwout bearing , dont worry about it , alot of noisy ones out there
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    Stangrider Founding Member

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    Yup, he's right. I've had my pilot/throwout bearings replaced twice. If they can't find anything wrong with it, try another dealership. Is your clutch pedal vibrating when idling or in gear?
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    GTvert01 New Member

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    Probably throwout bearing, if you are still under warranty, they should replace it.They did mine anyway.

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