It is possible you have a poor engine to frame ground. Try this; Attach a ground strap of any size from a bare metal spot on engine to a suitable ground on the chassis. Also make sure existing battery connections are clean. Good luck. Also check the belt tension. Some have auto tensioners which when they go bad will make the lights fluctuate at idle and the belt doesn't always squeak when it happens.
Is to disengage and engage
To engage or disengage the engine from the transmission.
The clutch will not engage ,you will not be able to shift./// the clutch will not (disengage ) making it almost impossible to shift gears
The bell housing surrounds the clutch assembly. Mounted between the engine and the transmission.
It could possibly be your clutch pedal height. I had to fix the problem in my car, had the same thing happening. Go to your local shop or look up on the interweb and find out how to adjust the clutch pedal height.
Clutch plates are sticking - get your clutch checked you might need a new one
The term "pull in the clutch" means squeeze the clutch lever to the handle bar to disengage the clutch. Hope this helps.
torque flight transmission
This happens to keep the fluid in the compressor viable. If it sits too long, it can become unusable.
Its at the top of the clutch pedal there is a cruise control switch disengage switch at the bottom and the one above that is the clutch inhibitor switch.
your a/c compresore is bad
A clutch not disengaging is usually a hydraulic issue. Check your clutch fluid. Then check your clutch master and slave cylinders for leaks.
If it's a hydraulic clutch, try bleeding the slave cylinder. Manual linkage, try adjusting the clutch. If no help, something's wrong with the pressure plate and you need a new clutch.
clutch is used to engage or disengage gears wher as brake is used to reduce i.e to retard the motion.
Every time you engage the clutch, the clutch disengages from the transmission/engine. Which in term engine revs up, until you disengage the clutch.
There is more than reason. A clutch has plates that engage and disengage. The plates can wear out , often mostly due to riding the clutch or other improper operation. The clutch also has bearing and springs- if any of these breaks, the clutch fails.
If the clutch won't engage, the clutch disc or pressure plate has probably broke apart. If the clutch won't disengage, the clutch hydraulic fluid reservoir is empty because of a leak in the system.
Since it does not have a clutch, it would be a broken flexshaft.
If you notice slipping when starting off or changing gears after the clutch is completely released, if the pedal rises almost to the top before the clutch engages, if you have difficulty changing gears, or if when you press the clutch the clutch does not disengage completely.
where and how to adjust clutch pedal 1993 s10 It is hydraulic operated, there is no adjustment.
A suicide clutch is a clutch on some old school choppers and motorcycles, where to disengage the clutch instead of using a hand control on the handle bars, you would pull a handle on the side of the motor to engage and disengage the clutch. So at any real good speed if you weren't paying attention you could commit suicide changing gears ( loose your balance and fall off, ouch owee "road rash")
A throw out bearing is the bearing in a manual transmission that helps to engage and to disengage the clutch.
If the disc is installed correctly the clutch will engage and disengage smoothly. In most cases if the disc is installed backwards the clutch disc will bind against the flywheel/crankshaft bolts and not release resulting with a clutch that doesn't disengage. More than likely if the disc was installed backwards the disc is now damaged and will need to be replaced.