Squeaky clutch

Discussion in 'Maintenance' started by offshore1, Aug 3, 2017.

  1. offshore1

    offshore1 New Member

    I have a 2004 TRD standard with 60,000 miles. I have noticed when I push the clutch in it squeaks some. Truck drives great and shifts are smooth, just squeaks a little when the first push on the clutch. Where and what should I spray or add some type of grease to the peddle area.

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  3. b-rad

    b-rad Active Member

    Lay on floor - spray or grease any and all moving clutch parts. Part of your maintenance.
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  4. stnsfnst

    stnsfnst Active Member

    I use white lithium grease, no idea why other than a buddy recommended it. But it works quietly for about a year. I have done this on the linkage inside the cab, and in my leaf springs
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  5. JayQQ97

    JayQQ97 Well-Known Member

    Is it the fork squeaking underneath outside the cab?
    Mine is doing that, it's quite noticeable in the echo chamber drive thru @ DDs
  6. 24-7

    24-7 Well-Known Member

    2004 with 60k miles?
  7. JayQQ97

    JayQQ97 Well-Known Member

    its entirely possible


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