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I’ve noticed a small rattle with my 2014 RAV4 Diesel manual with 21k kms on the clock.
I first heard the ‘rattle’ when in neutral whent the clutch is engaged. When I press the clutch in the rattle disappears.
The car drives normally with smooth gear changes and no noticed difference in the clutch pedal feedback/pressure.
Having noticed it, I hear the rattle throughout the gears although its hard to hear clearly due to the diesel motor sound and road noise.
I did stall the car last week at low speed and I think I’m just being paranoid but I can’t remember the noise being there before. I only really noticed it a couple of days ago.
I read about throwbearings or clutch springs being loose making rattle sounds but I suppose it could be something else entirely.
I’ll take it into Toyota this week if I an but I’d like some expert knowledge in case they tell me to replace the clutch!
Thanks in advance!
Hi just bought a 95 vienta sedan and want to put a new headunit in but as I’ve gone to do it none of the wires seem to be matching up. It has become very confusing and frustrating. I would very much appreciate a guide for the colour code of the wires.
P.s. I have done many headunits in other cars but none have been as confusing and strange as this.
I bought my '03 Camry Sportivo 2.4L a little while ago. I've since noticed that when in 5th gear I get a vibration/rattle through the gear stick. You can hear it as well (that's what alerted me initially to it). The sound and vibration go away if I have no throttle on. It also sometimes goes away if I pop it out of 5th and then slot it back in.
Does anyone have any idea what could be causing this?
Many thanks in advance!
Hi again everyone. This morning whilst on a drive I realised that my tarago no longer goes into 5th gear. Yesterday it drove beautifully but today when I put it in 5th it's like it's in neutral, doesn't even stall when stopped. I'm really hoping someone can confirm my suspicion that the gearbox has an internal selector pin for each gear and that I won't need to replace the gearbox?
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