Re: What are the symptoms of a bad or loose pilot bearing?
Sorry, I dont mean to bring up such an old topic, but I have the same situation. Tremmic T5 . I have been having a clunk from the mid to rear of the car (behind seat) whenever I put the clutch in to shift. It becomes less noticable with each increasing gear. I had a stock rear in, and it was quite noticable, then I swapped in an entirely different axle with a shorter gear and it was not as noticable but still presant. The clunk has persisted through shock+bushing replacement, new springs, a new yoke, new u-joints, new tranny mount, and now the rear. Any suggestions?
This is not the my truck in my signature. An 89 mustang is the car in question if that makes a difference.
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Last edited by Holey Moley 64; Jan 21st, 09 at 4:28 PM.