2008 Honda Civic 1.4 Small squeak when pressing clutch

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mark malone
Fixes: 4
Problem added: Jun 8, 2014 (6 years ago)
sometimes my clutch let's out a little squeaking sound when pressed.there is no loss of power or any other noticeable issues and it doesn't happen all the time.any ideas please??

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Car: Honda Civic
Variant: 1.4
Model Year: 2008
Category: Running Rough, Starting & Power Loss

Recalls: Honda Civic Recalls
More: Honda Civic Problems
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tony811976
Fixes: 357
Jun 8, 2014 (6 years ago)
Most probably the clutch release bearing, should go for ages before it needs changing but always be aware of it, if the pedal starts bouncing a little when you press it the bearing is starting to wear the clutch plate,
a release bearing is only a few pounds but requires removal of the gearbox and I would suggest changing the entire clutch kit to be sure of no clutch issues soon after changing just the bearing, it's not worth the risk
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bustedknuckles
Fixes: 1,458
Jun 9, 2014 (6 years ago)
May also be a dry bush on the clutch pedal itself,it sit,s on it,s own and is not part of a pedal box ,you could try lubricating it.
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tony811976
Fixes: 357
Jun 9, 2014 (6 years ago)
Possible, It aren't most fork bushes plastic these days, but worth a check ,
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