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Anyone Else Have The Squeaky Clutch 2.0 D4D

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I have a 2004 avensis t spirit 2.0 d4d, i have a squeaky clutch just wondered if there were others and how common it was.

has greasing it worked as shown on the video below.

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yeah my clutch pedal squeaks as well, although not as bad as in the video . I thought that it is internal so i tried bit of wd40 but no avail. Havent tried the method in the video

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It is a common problem, it is an internal issue with the cylinders, the master and slave cylinder were modified, so unless you replace them, it is unlikely to solve it.

Kingo :thumbsup:

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@ Geralt- mines not that bad too just a bit annoying when theres no radio on ,

@ Parts-King - Thank you. i think its got the original flywheel and clutch from new its done 140,000 but most of its been motorway by previous owner , ive only had it a month, already come across the aircon issue i got it bypassed as i dont use the aircon. i also have a airbag light comes on now and again, but when i switch the engine off and switch it on the light dissappears, although yesterday it came on after i ajusted my seat, so going to have a look underneath the seat over the weekend. do you think it would be a wise idea when needed to get the flywheel conversion done to have a solid flywheel rather than dual mass?

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I had a creaking clutch pedal on my 2.2.... i got a can of maintenance spray with the small plastic spray tube connected to the spray nozzle and where the clutch pedal meets the clutch cylinder shaft at the bulk head i squirted a load of spray on the shaft by putting the spray tube through the rubber grommet behind the pedal in the bulk head ...result squeak/creaking gone

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yep,ditto,!Removed! annoying otherwise!

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Had the same problem. Lubricating the pedal didn't work for me for some reason. A new clutch master cylinder sorted it.

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