Ok when I push in the clutch the noise goes away... It's a loud Tat tat tat....also my clutch pedal sticks almost to the floor.....it still works but the pedal is not springing back ..half way up it just feels like its not even connected..then it engages about an inch or so from the floor ??? The clutch & forks etc.$1,250 was replaced 2 yrs. ago and a new slave cylinder was put on with in the last 6 months...any ideas
The clutch pedal sticking to the floor sounds like a leaking clutch master cylinder, clutch slave cylinder, or clutch hydraulic line. Since you replaced the slave 2 years ago, it's probably the master. Check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder reservoir (under the hood near the bottom of the windshield on the drivers side). Refilling the reservoir (with brake fluid) may help in the short term, but you'll need to find the source of the leak as soon as possible. This problem could leave you stranded on the side of the road, so I'd figure that out immediately.
The clicking sound that goes away when you press the clutch pedal might be caused by a worn or scored pilot bushing, or it could be a more serious issue. Unfortunately, replacing this part requires the removal of the transmission, which is not an easy task. I'd get this checked by a transmission shop, but if you can live with the noise it likely won't cause any additional damage (but again, it could be a more serious problem, and you should have a transmission shop confirm this is the issue).