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Aberdeen Clutch Repair & Replacement

Clutch Repair & Replacement

Slipping? Whining? Bearing Noise?

With normal, modern stop-go driving, you probably press the clutch pedal every few seconds. However, that one time when you press it and the car still creeps forward, you know you have a clutch problem.

Sometimes it’s a part failure and the clutch goes from working normally, to not working at all, but sometimes it is a slow & gradual change, with every use of the clutch working less smoothly.

Likely Causes of Sudden Failure

Broken or loose clutch cable
Clutch pressure plate and clutch cover parts breaking up
Broken or loose linkage
Failed hydraulic master or slave cylinder
Leaking hydraulic line
Improper fit of throwout bearing with pressure plate
Disc contaminated with foreign material e.g. oil etc

Likely Causes of Gradual failure

Stretched cable
Bent linkage
Failing master or slave cylinder
Low hydraulic fluid