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Just like the title says, I have a squeaky clutch pedal. It's most often when releasing the clutch when under acceleration (when the pedal is moving faster), but I can recreate the squeak by wiggling the clutch pedal a bit. This is a Willwood pedal box in a Mk4. I'm nearly certain it's not the cable as it can be recreated by wiggling the pedal sideways as well as depressing/releasing it.

Any lubrication suggestions?
 

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If you can't pull it apart to grease the pivot pin easily, some motorcycle chain lube might be your solution. Use the aerosol type with the long tube to apply where you can. Upon application, it is quite thin and will wick into the pivot. Once the solvent evaporates the lube will stay put.

Cheers, Nigel in South Oz
 

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I have a wilwood setup with hydraulic clutch and it squeaks too, always has, since new.
Good to hear I'm not the only one. I'll try and get some sort of lube in there to quiet it down I guess.
 
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