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Old 05-15-2018, 04:35 PM   #1  
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I noticed today the with the engine running, parked in neutral, if I push in and release the clutch, it clunks when I let the pedal out. Only with the engine running and only when engaging the clutch. I found a post from about a year ago with the same noise, but no feed back on what the problem was or if it was fixed.
'08 base model that just turned 70k miles. I did have a rear wheel bearing replaced about a month ago, but I cannot see this as a factor.
Any ideas or is this a non problem. Seems to work fine.
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