you might have a air in your clutch system or your clutch master/or slave could be worn.
if its hydraulic there could be air in your line. bleed your clutch and refill.
sounds like clutch needs adjustment or time to replace it
Slack in the clutch release or clutch basket. It might adjust out.
If it has a stick shift and clutch, it is standard. If no clutch and stick shift, it is an automatic.
Take out the old clutch. Place safely out of reach of any children. Pick up the new clutch and stick it in. You might need help from a friend as they can be heavy. Best of luck.
I would check clutch plate, if faulty renew, the clutch might need adjusting.
Source http://www.nightrider.com/biketech/hdclutch.htm Q: What causes my clutch to stick or drag? A: There is no single cause of a sticking clutch. Some more common reasons for a sticking clutch are:- Clutch controls are improperly adjusted. Clutch cable is collapsing.- Clutch spring tension is to tight, spring binding.- Too heavy an oil has been used in the clutch. A thick viscosity oil can cause the plates to stick, especially when cold.- Clutch oil is 'worn out' or burnt. The oil has been in the clutch to long, clutch plate wear is excessive causing slippage, or a driving style that slips the clutch. Changing the oil in a clutch often improves the situation.- Clutch plates are warped. Friction plates or metal plates may be warped.- Improper adjustment on primary drive chain/belt.Hope This Helps.
The brine clutch! No doubt about it. The brine clutch! The stx18 sucks.
Fault with clutch master cylinder.
It sounds to be like the spring that brings the pedel back up might have came off or broke but not sure cause I know that happened to my truck
A stick shift with a clutch
The clutch might not be completely disengaging.
You may need to adjust your clutch or replace your clutch.
easy you get the gear stick and on there underneath the stick will be a little clutch button of sum sort and then you put into reverse along with the clutch in
The oil can cause the fan clutch to slip against the fan clutch plate. The slipping will wear out the fan clutch plate.
It's worn out, bad linkage or worn shift levers.
Rust, Ice, Something bent,
No, but watch out cause they blend in well and it might scare you.
A worn out clutch release bearing would cause a whining sound when you put your foot on the clutch.
On a 2001 Ford Mustang the clutch is operated by a cable , so it does not have a clutch fluid reservoir like a hydraulic clutch
A problem in the fuel line could cause it to stall. On a stick shift, letting off the clutch too soon would cause the vehicle to stall.
When your clutch makes a funny noise when you step on it, you might simply have sand in the mechanism. You can begin by cleaning the clutch. If this does not help, check the clutch slave cylinder to see if it is working properly as it tends to cause a squeaking sound when it is damaged.
problem in the clutch linkage or throwout bearing, check for binding in the exterior linkage before getting into the bearing, it may be worn or just binding on the shaft, could also be clutch itself as springs may be weak from time
A slipping clutch.