Clutch plates are sticking - get your clutch checked you might need a new one
do you have mechanical linkage or accelerator cable. these may be dirty and need lube to stop them sticking. check for broken return spring on accelerator
vehicle wise, a clutch is to help you change gears and the accelerator is to accelerate the vehicle in the preferred direction (forwards/ Backwards). in a car the clutch is normally the foot pedal on the left and the accelerator is on the right. Both of the pedals are on either side of the break.
The clutch sticks to the floor sometimes if the pedal does not return to pressure plate, which has metal fingers arranged concentrically. YouÊneed to check the master clutch cylinder container to see if the fluid has all leaked out.
same as an American car clutch brake accelerator
May be clutch cable sticking, clutch lever on the gearbox sticking or the actual friction plate in the clutch sticking on the shaft. the latter would probably mean taking the gearbox out to check. The clutch lever on box is easily oiled but usually the return from a clutch is great enough to pull it back but check anyway.
Hey Michelle==It really depends on what kind of car but probably the clutch and brake pedals are binding where they pivot. and the accelerator is binding in the cable. Sometimes you have to completely remove them to properly lubricate them and replace the acc cable. GoodluckJoe losing presure in the rx-7 the clutch eases down to the floor Which pedal? If gas, I would lean toward a throttle bore cleaning.
Perhaps you are not easing off on the accelerator when using the clutch. you would get this from a worn clutch .
The clutch of a car is located on the left foot side of the bar. The brake is in the middle and the accelerator is on the right.
Clutch fork or cable broken. it might have a hydrolic leak. Check the master in the clutch
have your transmission checked sometimes torque converter clutch isn t locking or unlocking properly
2 symptoms depending on what has worn: 1. The clutch itself. Engine revs under high load, the clutch slips. Take off in 2nd gear, let clutch right out and hit accelerator. 2. The disengage point sinks lower and lower. If you have a hydraulic clutch, a seal is leaking.
Yes, they have a brake and accelerator pedal but no clutch pedal
It was the clutch master cylinder. It finally went completely out. I checked the slave cylinder, it looked and operated ok, so I assumed it was the master cylinder, I replaced it, it works now.
n, on the contrary, it means your clutch is alive and "sticky"
you need to change the spring in the clutch cylinder ,you find more info on at alfa .net
In a right handed vehicle the clutch is located at the left hand side. From left to right;;;;first pedal at left is clutch and second is foot break and the right leg pedal is the accelerator. In case of left handed vehicle they are in the same relative locations; accelerator on the right, brake in the middle, clutch on the left. Of course the vehicle will only have a clutch peddle if it is a standard shift.
Auto clutch means a torque converter has two pedal drive and brake system so you have a brake pedal and accelerator that auto changes gears automatically. It makes it easier to drive.
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..
Is clutch control using the accelerator and simultaneously using the clutch to control the speed of the car and coasting is when your car is still moving but your foot is off the gas peddle completely but you're of the clutch peddle to slow down????
The clutch, if it is hydraulic, uses a master and a slave cylinder. They would both need to be checked for functionality. This could include new seals (in both) and complete flushing and bleeding of the system. The clutch may only require adjustment of the mechanism at the gearbox, but check the lot if in any doubt.
either not enough gas or spark or... i had the clutch sticking once. it would go but not really bad clutch
Nope. Always lift the accelerator, Shift and then lower it again as you release the clutch.
That sounds like a sticking clutch relay.