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Transmission Rattle?

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2019/05/13 14:29:22 (permalink)

Transmission Rattle?

Hi All, 
 
My cars just developed a rattle. I'm hoping someone could give an opinion what what the cause may be. 
 
It's underneath, and feels like it's transmission related. When pressing the clutch the rattle stops. I've posted a clip on Dropbox which should give an idea on whats happening. 
 
https://www.dropbox.com/s...-BEBC73EB0D1B.MOV?dl=0
 
Any ideas?

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    JohnCR
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    Re: Transmission Rattle? 2019/05/13 20:33:39 (permalink)
    From your description I suggest it might be wear in the clutch release bearing mechanism.  I have no experience of this on a Porsche, but it is worth a good poke around underneath to see if anything associated with the clutch slave cylinder etc. is adrift.
    sackerley
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    Re: Transmission Rattle? 2019/05/14 11:56:35 (permalink)
    Thanks John - others have said something similar. I've got it booked in to the garage so hopefully its nothing more than this. 
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    Re: Transmission Rattle? 2019/05/15 08:43:05 (permalink)
    Also no expert but could be the clutch release bearing or the dual mass .
    Best get it checked out by an experienced mechanic.
    Plenty of Good Porsche independent garages.
    Good luck.

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    Re: Transmission Rattle? 2019/05/30 19:58:35 (permalink)
    Thanks. It’s booked into my Indy next week.
     
    the cars also started giving blue smoke to which looks like the AOS. Possibly related, not sure.
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