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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you ride the clutch excessively ,and slip the clutch between changes ,i can make a clutch last for 200,000kms ,but i have customer who has a new clutch every 6 mths to a year and he does just over 1000kms in that time .he will not use first gear and doesnt change down just rides the clutch to go up hill .he clls it clutch control ,i do not care because i make good money from this cantankerous person who knows how to drive with clutch control ,he even holds it on a hill on the clutch instead of putting handbrake on and then gearbox in neutral -I am just fitting him another clutch today ,the last one was easter last year .
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
A clutch pedal takes MUCH more travel to function correctly, when compared to a brake system...
A clutch needs to be replaced (maybe) when it SLIPS, Chatters, Or fails to release...
Other than that, the clutch will need to be adjusted to allow for total release of the relese bearing when pedal is released, and full disengaugement when pedal is depressed....Have a mechanic look at the adjustement, as proper adjustment gives longer clutch life. This is a periodic adjustment item.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
Check your transmission fluid. If it's low, you could have a leak.
Try it again when the car is in your driveway. Give the clutch a few pumps and then check to see if you're not leaking transmission fluid.
If there's no leaks and the fluid is at a normal level, I'd say the Clutch Master Cylinder likely needs to be replaced.
Pushing the pedal pushes the piston in the cylinder. If the seal on this cylinder is bad, the fluid slowly leaks around the seal and the pedal goes soft. "Pumping it up" circulates fluid through the system and gets a normal amount of fluid "under" the piston again, so it feels better again, but when you press, it starts all over again.
Posted on Jun 24, 2014
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