So I bought my Fozzy last August with 121k miles on it and was told the clutch and everything had been replaced. Sometime this winter I started getting a squeaking noise coming from the car around 130k. At 1st I thought it was a belt or and exhaust rattle from the heat shields. I addressed both of those and the noise did not go away. I later noticed that the noise would go away with just putting the weight of your foot on the clutch pedal.
I started searching online for fixes for the issue and came across some good ideas on the Legacy forums. So I went with it and with it and added tweaked them a little.
Basically I found that taking out the play on the clutch fork would take the noise away. It was too hard to drill a hole in the fork with it still on the car so I took a hose clamp and tightened it around the fork to give me somewhere to hook the springs too. I then took a couple of L backers and mounted them on the trans. 1 I used the slave cylinder bolt and the other to a ground bolt on the back of the trans.
For the L bracket on the slave cylinder I used a .9LB spring. It got rid of most of the noise but still had a faint squeak much better then it was before though. I found that moving the clutch fork to the either side side would get rid of even that little sound. For that one I used a 3.6LB spring.
All parts came from Lowes. The small L brackets I had to drill out the hole bigger to fit user the 14mm bolts. The springs come in packs of 2. In all I had under 10$ into the fix.
I know that my explanation of how I did it may have sucked so heres some pictures.
Back and forth spring and bracket hooked up:
Side play spring and bracket hooked up:
I will keep ya'll updated with how its holding up.