Originally Posted by MaddSubieLove
Great way to start my day.........
Driving on route 2 and a huge paving truck in front of me hits a bump and a HUGE glob of tar or something came off of it and was bouncing all over the highway. I swerved to avoid it and it hit my bumper/foglight directly and cracked it in half and scratched my paint.... FML!
Oh and my clutch feels like it is going and it squeaks whenever I push the clutch in. Does that mean I need to tighten my clutch cable or spray it or anything? Never really had many clutch problems so I am fairly unfamiliar with them. Any help would be appreciated.
Going to put my winter car search into overdrive now. I got too many problems with the bugeye so the second I get my winter/commuter car on the road I am putting the bugeye into storage. Sucks but I can't afford to fix the damn thing right now and its one thing after another lately with it. Car hits 10 years old and just wants to **** with me now I guess.
Squeek when the clutch is in is usually the throwout bearing. Does necessarily mean that its bad as I have seen practically brand new throwout bearings squeek a bit. My 2009 would squeek before it was was 100% warmed up in the morning.