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#1 hora

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Posted 14 March 2011 - 11:48 AM

(mk1 Ford Focus 1.6 manual petrol)

When I'm reversing (only when pressing the 'gas') I can hear a metallic 'rolling/bearings'? sound of noise. Lift off, no noise. Press the pedal and its there again.

Cold start- from turnover for the first 5secs? The sound is also present- just briefly though.

I've also noticed recently that selecting 1st and reverse at standstill can occasionally be difficult. Clutch/clutch release bearing are recently replaced.

What could it be?

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#2 jmurray01

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Posted 16 March 2011 - 11:03 AM

Is it a whining noise ? If so that is normal...

And as for difficulty engaging 1st and reverse, in this cold weather conditions the gearbox fluid can "gloop up" and make shifting harder.

I assume it goes away after driving ?


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