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Does anyone know if you can grease or look at the throw out bearing, without dropping the tranny? I have a 95 pickup, any help is appreciated.
 

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you have to pull the trans. and while your doing that you might as well do the whole clutch assembly
 

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I just replaced the clutch 60k ago.
when i press the clutch in it squeals, is there an adjustment i can make?
 

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There is no adjustment that can be made to the bearing. Did you replace it, or have it replaced when your clutch was done?
It should have been done along with the pressure plate, pilot bearing and resurface of the flywheel.
Does it only make a noise when the clutch pedal is depressed, and is the noise a continuous rotational noise only present when the clutch pedal is depressed? Just trying to rule out any other possibilities.
 

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The bearing was definitely replaced when the clutch was done, And yes it only squeals when the clutch is depressed.
 

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Sounds like the tranny is comming out, unless you can deal with the noise for a while. I would be tempted to wait a while and put in a new clutch while I was in there. Good Luck!
 

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It is kind of cheap to buy a complet new clutch and do the whole thing again. There is no way you can get to the throw out bearing to grease it.

I just remove the tranny on my 91 to replace the entire clutch. I purchased a new one at my local auto parts and the pressure plate was crap. Now I can't shift into gears. I had to remove the tranny again to remove the new clutch.
Yes the pressure plate was weak compared to the stock one.

In short, buy original Toyota clutches...
Good Luck
 

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Sounds like the tranny is comming out, unless you can deal with the noise for a while. I would be tempted to wait a while and put in a new clutch while I was in there. Good Luck!
Unless the new clutch is damaged, just replace the T/O bearing.
Check the clutch out good, if theer is a problem w/the bearing install making it noisey, there may be a problem w/the clutch install also.

The whole thing may not have been lined up correctly.
 
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