I have a 2014 SE sedan with a 5 speed manual. I really want to like this car. It has the sport package so it looks good, runs good and is leaps and bounds better than the Chevy Sonic I traded for it...except for this one glaring problem that drives me crazy. At idle, when in neutral and the clutch pedal not depressed there is a loud rattling/clattering noise coming from the driver side of the engine compartment. The car has just over 2k miles and the problem started just before I hit 1k miles. I've taken it to two separate Ford dealers and both said there was no problem, with the second dealer telling me that was just a characteristic of the vehicle. I'm not buying it. I've owned a lot of manual transmission cars and I've never heard one make this noise and it's not the high pitched noise that a bad throw out bearing makes. It's just a rattle and chattering. If I push in the clutch pedal it stops. It will also stop if apply a little forward pressure to the gear shift like if I was about to put it in gear. It reminds of a Ducati superbike dry clutch, if any of y'all are familiar with that sound. I'll try to get a video of the noise uploaded if I can do so from my phone. It's driving me crazy, because you clearly hear it inside the car as well. Any input would be appreciated so I could know what to tell my dealership next time I bring it in.