On tick over rumbling noise from transmisssion dissapears when clutch is dipped no noises at all when driving
2011 Ford Galaxy Titanium x

Noise only appears in neutral and dissapears when clutch dipped no noise at all no difficulty in changing gears

Problem added: Dec 10, 2021 (1 month ago)
Mick .leddy
1 points
Ford Galaxy (2011)
Titanium x
Problem Category
Gearbox & Clutch
Replies and fixes
You dont say what engine in that year / model . Usually the clutch release bearing doesn't touch the pressure plate / diaphragm till pedal pressed and then can make noise if worn . But under certain circumstances if sticking on shaft or diaphragm faulty , finger/s worn , pressing the pedal can centralise / reposition the bearing and noise goes ( brief synopsis ) . But more often caused by worn gearbox layshaft bearings Check g/box oil level also
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