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Constant noise in neutral that goes when clutch is pressed.

Owen p

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I have a Toyota Hilux Revo (Thailand) 2015 model. 

I bought it at 38,000kms and not long after discovered a creaking noise during the pressing of the clutch pedal whether the car was on or off. Luckily still under warrantee Toyota changed the clutch. 


Here we are 7months later at 60,000kms. Starting to here a clear kind of grinding noise when the engines running and in neutral the noise disappears once the clutch is pressed. I've read a lot, originally coming to the conclusion it was the input shaft bearing and then s friend suggested it could be dual mass flywheel. After taking it back to dealer (TOYOTA ASSURED) the mechanic originally said there wasn't a noise and insisted I waited 4 hours for the truck to cool down and then said that noise is normal and pulled out another truck of same model and said it sounded the same which it didn't, and finally he came out with a brand new clutch disk pointing at the dampeners saying this is the noise coming from the springs on a new clutch plate.


If anyone can shed any light on the situation as to what it could be. I know it's difficult without being able to look at the clutch and transmission etc. I hope my video attaches. 

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