I get a metal clunking noise when pulling away from first and going from first to second. Sounds like it's coming from the drivers footwell (car is RHD). Had it back to the dealer and was told it was a dry bush. They grease it (apparently) which sorted it but it's now coming back. Back to the dealer me thinks!
I have the same exact issue! Ruins the driving experience. Bringing her to dealer soon. 4500 miles.Hi all, new to this forum. I picked up my FiST about two months ago and it has 1300 miles on it now. The last couple weeks, I noticed that when shifting to 2nd and 3rd gear, there is a very audible mechanical clunking sound. I do not notice this sound when at high speeds (although the engine noise may be drowning it out) and I do not notice it when shifting into higher gears. When in gear, it drives like a champ! Since I am relatively new to manual transmissions, I wanted to see if this was something normal or if it is something to worry about and should be immediately checked out.
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Can I also send you my fiesta st info? I have the same issue. Thank you.Has anyone made any progress on this issue. I have taken my car to the local Ford dealer and they could not replicate the problem. Mine seems to be happening when it is also more warm outside or the car has been running for a while. It is normally between 1,2 and sometimes 3rd gear. It is a clunking noise found sometimes even when stopped but most often when driving at slow speeds. My theory is that the engine is shifting maybe because of the weak motor mount and when it does the clutch or drive system is either elongated or shortened and is not operating at optimal length causing some kind of clunking noise. If it is related to a rubber mount or something then when the plastic or rubber is heated up it would be more pliable and flexible causing more shift and causing more misalignment. This is just a theory I have but it all seems to fit in place. All I know is something is definately up and I need this resolved quick as I am running up on 17k miles on my 2014 already. Any ideas anyone? And did the Cobb RMM fix this problem for any of you guys?Hey guys,Cctman, it sounds like I have the same clunking as you. However, I also experience it while accelerating and decelerating. Is this true for you as well?
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Same here.I have the same exact issue! Ruins the driving experience. Bringing her to dealer soon. 4500 miles.