I had to change the clutch at 120,000 kilometers.
As long as you don't ' ride the clutch' it is not uncommon to go 100,000 + miles. Trucks will be less if they are worked hard. If you know what you're doing they last a long, long time. My friend has a truck with about 110k on it and it still has the original clutch.
It depends on the quality of clutch in the vehicle you have. my sister used to ride her clutch a lot, as did a few other people i knew. If you are lucky, your clutch may last a year or two... its best not to ride the clutch too much if you can help it.
Mine is still original at 200000 plus
Properly operated the clutch should last at least three or five years of normal driving without servicing being necessary. If a driver often "rides" the clutch, that is keeps his foot on it, then the main clutch bearing will deteriorate faster. When it becomes difficult to engage the clutch and change gears, for example it does not disengage until you step on it all the way to the floor, then the clutch should be inspected and the parts replaced as necessary.
to start with when you push in on the clutch pedal you are disengaging it. Your description sounds like the clutch has clutched its last clutch What if it is not the clutch?
I have a 93 mirage 140k miles original motor trans clutch everything. Still going strong.
If you are driving it correctly, not slipping the clutch or riding it, the clutch will last for 100,000 miles or more. Slipping means you are not allowing the clutch to fully engage smoothly. In other words revving the engine and trying to ease the clutch on. Practice will cure this. Riding it means keeping your foot on the clutch pedall all the time so that it slips even at speed.
how long will it take to replace the clutch in my 2002 renault clio
its on the backm of the clutch pedal its about 2 inches long
The clutch should last approx 150,000 miles. There is no need to replace this if it isn't abused
Clutch moments start when there are less than 2 minutes left in the 4th quarter. The Clutch ratings for the players start taking effect exactly at those 2 minutes of the last quarter. To be exact, clutch moments in NBA 2k12 are the last 2 minutes of the game.
The clutch on my Honda CG125 lasted 13500 km of heavy every day use. If you do not gear down a lot your clutch will last double that.
The clutch switch is right under the dash board under the clutch it is a long tubular looking switch that pushes in and out
The lifespan of the clutch on the car is about 90,000 miles, but if prper care is taken, the clutch usually lasts longer. Here are some of the clutches used in the car.: Performance Clutches : These clutches can usually last longer unlike the ordinary clutches. Even driving hard and improper care will also make not much difference to these types. Try not to downshift as it causes the clutches to decrease its lifespan. Downshifting not just breaks the clutch but also the engine.
There no adjustments possible to the transmission, the only thing that you can adjust on a manual transmission type is the clutch pedal height. If the transmission is not functioning properly, you might have to get a professional to check it out. There are many questions to ask about this. How long since your last clutch changeout, have you checked the clutch master cylinder operation, how about the slave master cylinder, are all the hoses intact, no leaks, no clogs, last time you changed the Brake fluid(you do know that it is shared with the transmission)? I could go on!
a clutch is when you are the last alive in Search and Destroy and you win the round by yourself. wether its killing them or destroying the bomb site
Cheap... A couple hundred bucks if you do it yourself. How long do you need this thing to last? If the clutch is just worn, and you have not driven it much w/ the worn clutch, you might be able to get away with replacing just the clutch disk and throwout bearing while leaving the pressure plate and flywheel for the next owner. If the clutch is blown, meaning the throwout bearing seized, the springs on the pressure plate are toast or you drove it with a slipping clutch for too long, the cost will be more, as the pressure plate adds $100 and machining the flywheel is another 30 - 50$.
check your clutch fluid lines and your clutch fluid and also bleed the clutch and it should work just fine mine did the same thing and i had to replace a clutch line that was pinched
where the clutch pedal is there is a long bolt this is the adjuster turn clockwise to take up slack
step on the clutch and hold it to the floor clutch should stay disengaged for as long as you hold it down
That depends on your driving style and the type of journeys you do. Harsh clutch use on short stop/start journeys will knock a clutch out much sooner than smooth use on mainly long motorway trips.
If this happens when cold not when warm, check the clutch fork mechanism. It is attached to the clutch it looks like a long fork mechanism, grease it as it might be sticking when cold..
It all depends on your driving style and how often the clutch is used. If you do a lot of city driving, the clutch will last far fewer miles than if you drive hundreds of miles without stopping. If you "ride the clutch" when you drive, the clutch might not even make 20,000 miles.
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