Most newer vehicles with manual transmissions have self adjusting clutches that require no adjustment but if you have an older model without self adjustment you can cut down on the wear on your clutch disk by keeping your clutch pedal properly adjusted. To diagnose a slipping clutch in your car monitor your car for common signs that something is wrong with the clutch like changes in engine speed without noticeable acceleration changes in the height of the clutch pedal when engaging it and difficulty pulling a load you may also smell something burning underneath the hood of your car additionally try pushing down on the clutch pedal to . Problems with the clutch disc itself or its related parts can cause many symptoms your car may function poorly it may start out slowly even though the engine is racing. People who have a car with a manual transmission usually like the control over power and acceleration they get on the open road but along with the advantages of manual shifting comes the potential for problems with the clutch on the vehicle. The first stage in the transmission of a car with a manual gearbox is the clutch it transmits engine power to the gearbox and allows transmission to be interrupted while a gear is selected to move off from a stationary position or when gears are changed while the car is moving earlier cars have
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