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how old is the clutch???
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as far as the clutch, it is the only thing that makes sense. by depressing the clutch, the vibration stops which limits it to this area
thats a separate issue. a turbo would not change a vibration by pushing the clutch
yes, it could also be a leak in the CAC system. hose, clamp, CAC itself. make sure you inspect the air system carefully
yep, I think one of you issues is the clutch
the other could be a boost leak from the cac system.
to check it have someone load up the engine and you need to look and listen for a boost leak in the system.
do you mean the pilot bearing??? that would give you a vibration when you let the clutch out from a start
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I think you need to at least have the trans pulled and have the clutch inspected. the throwout bearing rides on an arm and that has bushings that are common for wearing out. that play alone may be the entire issue but the clutch still has to be inspected.
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