So many answers to such a vague question. Clutch is worn out, clutch cylinder not working, release bearing seized, out of adjustment. How about some details?
Hi, Something in the drivetrain is seized/locked up. Peace, crigby
Not knowing what vehicle you have, it sounds like the fan clutch has seized.
The engine has seized up! Pirates have seized the port!
Engine seized? Dead battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Bad starter? Bad starter solenoid? Bad neutral or clutch safety switch?
If the clutch on the AC compressor has seized, the engine can in some situations stop running. The compressor could be bad but it is also possible that the clutch only is bad.
a seized engine will not turn over. Even using a socket and ratchet on the crank bolt, the engine is not going to move. It is frozen, or seized up.
Seized engine? Loose or cooroded battery terminal Bad starter solenoid? Bad neutral or clutch safety switch?
you cant really that i know of really without stripping it down...i have heard of towing the car(if it is a manual) in gear with the clutch in and then dumping the clutch and hope for the best but never heard of it working
No. If it did crank over it wouldn't be seized.
When the engine is cold, open the hood before starting up. Try and spin the fan by hand. The fan should spin with considerable resistance. If the fan free wheels with no resistance then the fan clutch is bad. If the fan does not spin at all, the clutch is seized.
When an engine is seized up, it will not turn over. The crank cannot make a rotation. Take hold of the main pulley and try to turn it. When you cannot turn the engine over, it is seized.