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Humming noise coming from transmission when its in neutral. push the clutch in and it stops. suppose to be a new clutch also it runs great but if you lift the rear end off the ground the wheels will s

Just replaced output shaft seal and put 80/90/ gear oil in it. it changes gears good and runs good just makes noise in neutral noise goes away when i press in clutch. also if you jack up the rear end the wheels will start to spin in neutral.. the guy i bought it off of said he just paid 500 to have a new clutch installed. something is wrong

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Hj ,Robert Before you condemn the trans,check the throw out bearing and pedal free play. good luck

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A noise in neutral that goes when the clutch is disengaged indicates a front input shaft bearing in the gear box . When the clutch is out that shaft is spinning along with the cluster shaft in the gear box. When the clutch is in that shaft stops (to engage first gear) and the bearing is no longer working.. It normally means a box out job.

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