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Q: Clutch/Transmission noise

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On cold starts, for example in the morning, when I engage and disengage the clutch, it sometimes makes a clucking noise. I've had my clutch and throw out bearing replaced about a year ago and all of my motor/transmission mounts also checked. What could it be? Thanks

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