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GMC 96 5.7L Loud squeal with the clutch released,

January 9, 2014 - Author: bartbarton - No Comments

I have a GMC K1500 1996 5.7L Manual 4WD

NV3500 transmission with 230k miles on it had a loud squeal when the clutch released, suggesting a release bearing. Replaced release bearing – clutch is about 2 years old – noise is still there. What else could cause the noise symptoms of a release bearing? Should I replace the clutch, pressure plate and flywheel – or is this indicative of internal bearings on the tranny.   Can you help?


Based on our experience the problem (loud squeal) you describe is typically caused by failure input bearing.  With the mileage over 200k we would suggest that its time for new bearings, gaskets, seals and syncro ring.

Order our part number MWTBK235EWS $352.82 plus about $17.50 S&H.  This kit fits 1996-1998 Chevy/GMC  with single ball input and output

Bearings, 1st and 2nd synchro rings are multi-piece and the front and rear countershaft journals are 33mm OD.

We can also provide a rebuilt unit with 12 month warranty if you are unable to overhaul, just let us know.  If you need technical assistance with Dis-assembly or re assembly give Scott a call at 888-824-2012. You can see the other parts and rebuily NV3500 units we provide on our site.

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