Accelerator linkage binding or idle air control solonoid is bad. possible throttle position sensor (TPS) Or the clutch is slightly engaged at all times. You can adjust this, if it hasn't been adjusted already. To do this, pull on the clutch pedal towards you (instead of to the floor). Use some strength when pulling back. If it is able to adjust, it will click. I would try that before spending money.
The pressure plate is not fully releasing (clutch pack is bad)
not unless the transmission already comes with a clutch for high performance hugh horsepower builds it would be better to upgrade the clutch anyway
Bad part, improper instillation, abuse by driver............
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I believe that would be a throwout / release bearing problem on your clutch
It would stall out at lights because when you need to shift you have to let up on the clutch easy when your changing gears; therefore you will stall out if you let the clutch go too fast.
The button should be pushed in , if the button has popped up/out the switch has been tripped and there would be no power going to the electric fuel pump
The most probable cause is that the clutch is either not releasing; master/slave cylinder not working, or the clutch itself is damaged.
Any clutch that is 'pushed in' is basically disengaged. When you push in the pedal, the two plates that compose the clutch assembly are separated from each other. If you have grinding when these parts are pressed together but hear nothing when they are apart, the problem should seem obvious. The plates are no longer working as they should and probably need replacement. One other possibility is that the clutch is operating normally and some other part of the drivetrain is damaged. The effect of this would be similar and would only be present when the clutch is engaged. In any case, an inspection is necessary to further diagnose the problem.
First check for mechanical interference from the clutch mechanism to throttle linkage.
If it's a manual transmission, it might be the throwout bearing. However, this noise would only occur with the clutch pushed in. If it does it after you let the clutch out then it might just be an accessory belt that needs tightening.
At the pivot point of the clutch pedal, underneath the dash. Very hard to get to. I would take the driver's seat out. That will make it easier.
clutch return spring prob. popped off look under car at clutch rod and see if there is a spring there shouldn't take much to fix at allANSWER:IT SOUNDS LIKE YOUR HAVING CLUTCH QUADRANT PROBLEMS. LIKE MENTIONED ABOVE IT COULD BE THE SPRING ON THE QUADRANT OR THE TEETH ON THE QUADRANT HAVE BEEN STRIPPED. EASY FIX EITHER WAY. FIRST FOLLOW THE CLUTCH PEDAL ALL THE WAY TO THE TOP AND YOU WILL SEE THAT THE PEDAL IS CONNECTED TO A ROD. NEXT TO THE ROD YOU WILL SEE A LARGE QUADRANT WHICH MOVES BACK AND FORTH WHEN THE PEDAL IS PUSHED.
97 mustang! would
One common reason for the gears sticking is incorect oil type, motorcycles have wet clutch and specific motorcycle oil must be used, otherwise the clutch drags and gears are hard to shift.Aside from any major problems with the transmission itself, is your clutch working properly? Is it set correctly and fully disengaged when it is not being used. I would start here. You may need new plates in your clutch itself.
My guess would be a defective ignition switch.
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.
Of course not. Engine will not run from lack of air, and even if it would, it would not be able to pull itself out.
Alexander Hamilton did he did this because he felt that his country was going under and would not be able to pull itself back out if he did not do something
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 Ford Mustang GT would be a V8
If the clutch was not disengaging I would say the clutch master is empty of hydraulic fluid, this would be a result of a leak in the master or the slave cylinder. If the clutch is not engaging I would suspect the clutch disc has shredded in which case the clucth assembly would have to be replaced.
A 2007 corsa would be a hydraulic clutch
The word Mustang is not in the Spanish vocabulary, it would be used the same as in English, except it would be pronounced differently. A mustang is a horse, the Spanish word for horse is "caballo".
A worn out clutch release bearing would cause a whining sound when you put your foot on the clutch.
You can fit a manual transmission into an automatic Ford Mustang as long as you have the same engine but you will have to change a lot of things. Depending on the year, you would have to change things like the computer, wiring , steering column to add the clutch, etc. It would be better to buy one that's a 5 speed already.