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v8killr 02-25-2010 03:26 PM

vibration in clutch
 
I have an 05 sti, fully stock. Recently there has been a vibration that i feel with my foot when im releasing the clutch. It occurs everytime im letting the clutch go regardless of the gear, this has happened before but it just went away, im just curious what it is? thanks

v8killr 04-21-2010 01:36 AM

any suggestions?

nagyhead 04-21-2010 08:53 AM

How many miles does it have? Is it the stock clutch/pressure plate?

v8killr 04-21-2010 02:31 PM

45000 miles and yeah its stock everything

nagyhead 04-21-2010 04:47 PM

One thing that could cause a vibration is a warped flywheel, but you couldn't tell for sure unless you pulled the transmission.

VisiX 04-21-2010 04:47 PM

If you burn the clutch the face becomes uneven and can engage with a slight vibration. As you drive more the wear on the clutch will even out and the vibration goes away. You do something to burn it a little unevenly again and the vibration comes back. Basically your clutch and flywheel aren't meeting 100% evenly because of uneven wear.

You could also have a misaligned clutch or a warped flywheel or basically anything that causes the clutch to not engage flush with the flywheel. The uneven wear is more likely given that it comes and goes. Do you drive like a crazy man?

v8killr 04-22-2010 01:54 AM

hey thanks for the replies, and that would make sense since it has gone away and came back but i honestly havent been driving like a crazy man at all so hopefully the vibration goes away soon and doesnt come back!


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