You have a clutch problem The clutch is not releasing correctly and the the car will not go into gear This is probably a problem with the hydraulic clutch system.
Your clutch needs adjusting. The pressure plate is not fully releasing the clutch.
The most probable cause is that the clutch is either not releasing; master/slave cylinder not working, or the clutch itself is damaged.
If It Is A Standard Shift, It Sounds Like You Clutch Is Not Releasing. From The Information You Have Stated.
I'd bet that the clutch is dragging, not releasing fully.
5th gear synro is inside the trans... the clutch has nothing to do with it.
Your clutch isn't releasing entirely.
The clutch of a go kart is much the same as the clutch on a car. The clutch disengages the engine from the gearbox enabling the gear to be changed. Without a clutch gear changing would be difficult and may damage the gearbox.
gear and clutch relation _ when clutch is disconnect this time gear shifting thats relation
If your car is in any gear 1+ releasing the clutch takes load off of the engine. Causing it to idle higher, where it normally would. So if you think its odd, its normal for a manual to do that.
a) Check gear oil level/condition. b) or you have a worn synchronizer. Verify that your clutch linkage is adjusted, if this is a cable linkage vehicle. Hydraulic units are not suppose to be adjustable. Your difficulty with getting the vehicle into first gear could be a result of the throw-out fork not fully releasing the clutch disk; hence the above suggestion to verify that the clutch mechanism is adjusted properly for full travel of the throw-out fork.
Sounds like the clutch is slipping and needs to be replaced - if cable was stretched clutch would not disengage and vehicle would creep in 1st gear and shifting would be difficult
Of course you are coasting. The clutch has disengaged the transmission (no matter what gear) from the engine.
It's possible that you have a problem with your clutch. Alternatively, you may simply be releasing the clutch too early or too suddenly when changing gear, not giving the various cogs sufficient time to 'mesh' properly. First gear is a powerful gear, and requires more care when changing up from (or down to) than most others. Fully depress the clutch and lay off the revs when changing to second gear, and try to effect a slower, more gradual release when taking your foot off the clutch. As an added precaution, try to change up to second gear at lower speeds.
a possibility would be the clutch is going out.
If it is a manual transmission I would suspect you have clutch problems. Possibly gear lube or hydraulic clutch fluid has leaked onto the clutch surface. The only repair is to replace the clutch and repair the leak. When you let the clutch out this causes the clutch to chatter thus causing the shaking.
clutch slave cylinder.
The clutch is the pedal you press to change gear.
Popping the clutch is when you are in gear and holding the clutch. Can also be referred to as dumping the clutch.
No. Clutch is what disengages the motor from the transmission. Shift would be changing gears. You should depress the clutch to shift from one gear to another.
it sounds like a clutch or you have ruined your gear box, likely your clutch though, either way you need to go to a mechanic, good luck.
I am assuming you mean the Suzuki GSXR600 motorcycle. ANY motorcycle whose engine dies when you engage first gear MOST PROBABLY has a CLUTCH problem. Have the clutch tightened. To check whether the clutch is CLEARING the gear, do the following: 1. With the engine turned off, hold the clutch and put the motorcycle in first gear. 2. While holding the clutch, push the motorbike forward. If the rear tire allows the motorcycle to move forward, the clutch is engaging properly and clearing the gear. If the motorcycle won't budge with the clutch engaged, the clutch is not engaging properly. If the clutch has been tightened and is too hard to engage, you might want to have a mechanic open the motorcycle and check the clutch discs- they might be worn out.
My Haynes manual says: 1. Clutch not releasing completely 2. Loose, damaged or out-of-adjustment shift linkage
A clutch does not go into gear. A clutch engages, Normally if a clutch fails to engage it is because it is worn. with a worn out clutch you are able to start the car in gear without your foot on the clutch and the car wont move. Normally before this happens you will notice what is known as a slipping clutch. A slipping clutch means that the engine is turning faster than it should to keep the car moving while in gear. once this starts to happen it does not take long for the whole show to come to a stand still.
A car is in gear when the clutch is engaged on the transmission