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Old 04-03-2011, 04:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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please help verify this toyota noise between motor and tranny

ok so i have a whirring/whining/whistle noise that i can hear loudest with my "hose stethoscope" from the small drain hole at the bottom the the bellhousing. this noise doesnt go away when the clutch disengaged or engaged, and is rpm dependent. but i cant hear it over 2k rpm because its not loud enough over the motor. i think its crank bearings because:
-it cant be the trans input shaft bearing because its present with and without the clutch engaged
-it cant be the throwout bearing because of the same reason
-it cant be the pilot bearing because the pilot bearing doesnt spin at a different rate than the flywheel when the clutch is engaged
i also noticed that my crank pulley seems to have a slight wobble, and the bolt is not loose. the 22re has 262k on it. i just put another w56 trans and new clutch in about 1500 ago. its not lacking mpg or power that i can tell. i noticed the sound at the end of a 100 mile 65mph trip when i killed my music. Can i get a second opinion? i want to pull the tranny and bolt a bellhousing to the block so i can start it without the tranny, but i cannot do that now in the dark
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I was also just told it could be a sound coming from the flywheel that I didn't have resurfaced with the new clutch. I could be wrong, but that doesn't sound valid to me.
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Old 04-03-2011, 08:52 PM   #3 (permalink)
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based on what you described, it doesnt sound like a crank bearing. those tend to make loud noises and not really "whirring" type. once you wear though the thin babbit, the brass wears out fairly quickly.

i would say clutch or pilot bearing, but you are right that it should change as the clutch is released.

well, thats my .02 and hopefully it will at least get you some more responses to correct me if i am wrong
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Old 04-03-2011, 10:31 PM   #4 (permalink)
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sounds like a totally toasted TO bearing. Main bearings don't make that kind of noise...not even close. If you can actually feel play in your crank, that whirring is the LEAST of your problems.
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