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#21 Stevearcade


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Posted 07 February 2019 - 10:09 AM

My Clutch Release Bearing has intermittently squealed like this for about 100,000 miles... I think typically, it isn't really anything major to worry about, especially if it's not impacting on the clutch's overall performance. It's a small inexpensive part, but a massive job as you have to remove the clutch. See how it is for a while and just make sure when you finally replace your clutch, you do the release bearing also.

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Posted 08 February 2019 - 08:11 PM

Hi kingy91


The clutch pedal assembley/master cylinder link can become dry and this can cause a faint squeeling noise as the clutch pedal is released. There is thread somewhere on this forum detailing this on the 8th Gen. Accords.


Might be worth checking out before expensive clutch repairs.


Cheers,  Pete.