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Old 10-13-2012, 11:47 AM
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If you know there is a problem with the truck I would be very firm with them. Make an appointment, drive it until it's warm and making the noise, and then insist on their tech getting in the truck with you so that you can duplicate the noise and indicate to him exactly what you are hearing and when you are hearing it. If they refuse to do that I would raise hell until they refund your money for the extended warranty because you are probably never going to get your money out of it anyway.

The noise you describe reminds me of the sound you would hear on older vehicles when the throw-out bearing (I think??) needed replacement. That's a shot in the dark at best though, lol. It's been years since I dealt with a manual tranny.
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