[Vwdiesel] When it rains...
val at mongo.mongobird.com
Mon Apr 6 20:54:47 PDT 2009
I had a bad casting on a VW spindle which caused me to go through a bearing
every 30k miles., until I caught on. This is different, but I have not
sashayed the car side to side. Tommorrow, if the snow is not too bad, I'll
do just that.
Wheel bearings are easy, and I actually have a couple on hand.
That doesn't explain the vibration on the clutch pedal. Kinda of a irregular
vibe...not like a VW (or at least the one's I've owned).
> Hi Val;
> If the clutch or tranny has anything to do with it I'm out in left field
> but to a Rabbit driver growling that stops when you do is usualy a front
> wheel bearing. It will go many thousand miles after I hear it for the first
> time untill I think if I don't change it something catastrophic will happen.
> Brian Decker
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Val Christian" <val at mongo.mongobird.com>
> To: <vwdiesel at vwfans.com>
> Sent: Monday, April 06, 2009 7:57 PM
> Subject: [Vwdiesel] When it rains...
> > OK, like I didn't have at least one problem emerging on my TDI. Now I
> > need some group wisdom.
> > Symptoms: Growling, as in bearing, going down the road
> > -appears to disappear without forward motion
> > -clutch engages and disengages smoothly
> > -clutch pedal has vibration on it, and does not have the "free play" it
> > used to
> > -had one instance on a 3-4 shift where the transmission appeared to be
> not completely synced. That happened several days ago, and I attributed it
> to me
> > not noticing something, or doing something right (distraction)
> > I'm thinking release bearing or bearing/fork What are you thinking?
> > Ideas?
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