Signs of Clutch FailureA good clutch can last your car between 50,000 and 100,000 miles. This depends on the make, model, and year of the vehicle as well as the type of clutch and your own driving habits. Stop-and-go traffic, towing heavy loads, abruptly engaging or “dumping” the clutch, and riding the clutch (keeping your foot on and halfway engaging) when decelerating are all factors that can lead to signs of clutch failure.

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Sprag clutch failure symptoms are easy to spot if you pay attention to your vehicle. You’ll need to remain vigilant of noises, clutch pedal behavior, and performance to understand the problem and its source.

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Sprag Clutch Failure Symptoms Often Include:

Clutch Pedal Makes Noises When Engaging and DisengagingClutch Pedal Chatters When You AccelerateClutch Pedal PulsatesClutch Pedal Remains Stuck to the FloorClutch Pedal Feels Loose or SpongeyClutch Pedal is Hard to EngageTransmission Makes A Grinding, Whirling or Chirping Noise in NeutralGrinding Occurs When Shifting GearsCan’t Get Transmission Into Gear

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If you have any questions regarding signs of clutch failure or you’re in need of a transmission service or rebuild, give General Transmission a call today.

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