Clutch Repair and replacment can be very confusing and hard to diagnose, especially if your not up to date on the newest technology and changes that have occured over the last twenty years. Todays new model vehicles are bringing more changes than ever before. For example, some clutches have muiltiple disks that are applied and released by the vehicles computer. There are also wet and dry clutch models with new technology that is used on a daily basis. Some of the newer model clutches work trouble free as they should while others can fail early and be very expensive to repair. Under the right driving conditions and driver habits a clutch should and can last up to 200,000 miles; however conditions and a drivers habit can have a positive or negative effect on the life expectancty of a clutch.
Below are some examples of failure to look for in a failing clutch;
1. Hard Clutch Pedal
2. Soft pedal
3. Hard to shift