Biggest issue is supporting the car high enough. Much nicer job on a lift. Plus you might have to break open the ac if you pull it all the way out.
Transmission shop called and one bearing was shot and the others were on their way. All the gears are fine, so it’s a good rebuildable unit. May be done by end of the week.That is 100% the throughout bearing. If it is a sealed one- it got built dry. Otherwise grease it. If you already greased it- warranty time.
You could jack it up, and put in gear and let wheels spin. If the sound is still there with foot off clutch pedal then you could say inside transmission.
But since sound is only when the throughout bearing is spinning- that is the bearing you hear.
The throw out bearing is commonly toasted when the input bearing is gone.Transmission shop called and one bearing was shot and the others were on their way. All the gears are fine, so it’s a good rebuildable unit. May be done by end of the week.
This had nothing to do with the throw out bearing.
Just another challenge. It’s diversion from my day job.The throw out bearing is commonly toasted when the input bearing is gone.
Figure that input shaft starts with free play and the throw out bearing is only ridding in contact occasionally.
You mentioned being much wuieter & showed in the video that it was definitely quieter after the new throw out bearing. So don’t take it that bearing was good and the trans one was the only problem.
Having fixed that and then having some noise remaining to then find the input bearing isn’t surprising but does suck to pull things apart twice.
Sorry- you might need some new amps, and 15” speakers first so your sound system survives the commute.I’ve got the oil leaks stopped on the engine. Now this transmission fixed and this car should be good for another 150K miles, which is long enough to cover my work commute until I decide to retire.
Makes Me wonder about the oil viscosity.I wondered and asked the same. Shop dismissed it as normal. I always used the specified Honda Manual Transmission oil. Honda Manual says you can use 10w30 on a temporary basis. Shop said to simply use 30w oil. I have the Honda manual transmission oil ready to go in.
Bottom line, I did not drive through it until it failed.