Clutch Throw Out Bearing
The classic symptom of a worn throw-out bearing is a whirring, growling, or chirping sound when applying the clutch pedal, which goes away after releasing the pedal. Premature wear of the throw-out bearing can occur when there is insufficient clutch play, resulting in a throw-out bearing that spins continuously. If the bearing fails, it may seize and quickly wear the fingers of the pressure plate. If you experience any of these symptoms of a work throwout bearing, replace it to prevent severer clutch damage.