Complete clutch repair means determining the cause of the damage, fixing the problem and replacing all worn or damaged clutch system components. Replacement of all worn clutch system components is necessary to ensure the full service life of the clutch assembly. It is also an inexpensive insurance against recurring problems. Here are a number of things that you may be experiencing

My Clutch
Slips

This could be a number of things. Possibly your flywheel may not be machined correctly; or an improper linkage adjustment could be the problem; or the clutch may be out of adjustment. If you have worked on your own vehicle before, most of these terms should make sense to you. If not, your best bet is to come to the closest Dr.Trans for a Free Dr.Trans Check-Up. The best advice is to see a Dr.Trans as soon as possible.

Or fill out our exclusive on-line "Trouble Shooter Page" and a Dr. Trans professional will evaluate your clutch problem for you.

My Clutch
Chatters

This could be any number of things including: Your flywheel might need to be machined, or there might be oil on your clutch plate lining; or the lining could be glazed. Worn lining, bad motor or transmission mounts, improper linkage adjustment may also contribute to chattering. Sound complicated? Unfortunately it is. Once again your best bet is to come to Dr.Trans for a Dr.Trans Check-Up. The best advice is to see a Dr.Trans as soon as possible.

Or fill out our exclusive on-line "Trouble Shooter Page" and a Dr. Trans professional will evaluate your clutch problem for you.

My Clutch
Grabs

Once again this could be any number of things including: Your flywheel may not be machined properly, or it could be that oil is on the lining. It also might be worn lining, or a warped pressure plate. The release bearing could be problem. The cover, lever or diaphragm spring could be bent or the disc may be worn out. Once again your best bet is to come to Dr.Trans for a Free Dr.Trans Check-Up.

Or fill out our exclusive on-line "Trouble Shooter Page" and a Dr. Trans professional will evaluate your clutch problem for you.

My Clutch
Does Not Releas!

It could be a worn pilot bearing or bushing, or worn release bearing. Improperly adjusted clutch or linkage or the fluid level in hydraulic system could be low. Sound complicated, unfortunately it is. Once again your best bet is to come to Dr.Trans for a Free Dr.Trans Check-Up.

Or fill out our exclusive on-line "Trouble Shooter Page" and a Dr. Trans professional will evaluate your clutch problem for you.

My Clutch
Release Stroke Is Too Long

Sometimes this could be caused by air in the hydraulic system or improper linkage adjustment. Your best bet is to come to Dr.Trans for a Free Dr.Trans Check-Up.

Or fill out our exclusive on-line "Trouble Shooter Page" and a Dr. Trans professional will evaluate your clutch problem for you.

My Clutch
Makes Noises

Your pilot bearing could be worn out or dry. The release bearing could be worn out. The transmission input shaft bearing could be worn out. Last but not least your release fork pivot could be worn or dry. Your best bet is to come to Dr.Trans for a Free Dr.Trans Check-Up.

Or fill out our exclusive on-line "Trouble Shooter Page" and a Dr. Trans professional will evaluate your clutch problem for you.

My Clutch
Pedal Feels Hard

This could be from a worn out fork, worn out pressure plate, worn linkage or pedal assembly or a worn release bearing retainer. Your best bet is to come to Dr.Trans for a Free Dr.Trans Check-Up.

Or fill out our exclusive on-line "Trouble Shooter Page" and a Dr. Trans professional will evaluate your clutch problem for you.

Clutch problems just like all automotive problems unfortunately just don't fix themselves. We are just a telephone call away and stand ready to help you safely and confidently get back on the road.