Scraping/grinding noise coming from bellhousing.

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Typically they last longer than just a couple minutes, but the oreilly bearings don’t last.

Can you unhook the clutch cable from the pivot arm and push it rearward away from the clutch? That should stop the throw out bearing from spinning and help narrow it down.
 
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Typically they last longer than just a couple minutes, but the oreilly bearings don’t last.

Can you unhook the clutch cable from the pivot arm and push it rearward away from the clutch? That should stop the throw out bearing from spinning and help narrow it down.
I can try that tommorow
 

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I know this is an old thread but did you ever figure this out because I have a scraping noise when I hit a bump or until I depress clutch, noise goes away when I accell and does not return when I decelerate
 

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