Clutch Repairs in Burnley

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Top garages for Clutch Repairs in Burnley (29 found)
Marshalls Motor
290 Jobs Completed
Burnley
2.9 / 5

Offering Servicing, Brakes, Exhausts, MOT, Engine Management and much more.  We are well established and reliable and our reputation is built on trust, quality and reliab

Buddys Service Centre.
227 Jobs Completed
Colne
5.0 / 5

Welcome to Buddys Service Centre your local, affordable and friendly garage. We are a passionate vehicle specialist looking out for our customers needs. We carry out a

Perrys Burnley
7 Jobs Completed
Burnley
3.8 / 5

Welcome to Perrys Burnley, where the price of servicing is comparable with the prices you pay at a local fast fit. That said, choosing a franchised dealer will mean that

V.A.G Car Clinic
5 Jobs Completed
padiham
5.0 / 5

Servicing, Repairs and Diagnostics for All Makes and Models. Specialising in VW Audi Group and BMW Cars

Southfield Garage
2 Job Completed
Nelson
4.0 / 5

"Southfield Garage is a local family run business based in Nelson, where we pride ourselves on value and service. In our well equipped workshop we are able to cope with a

M D Vehicle Services
Member since 08 February 2023
Padinham

We are a fully mobile mechanicing service with over 10 years experience. We carry out servicing, diagnostics and repairs at a time and place to suit you. We have flexible

Leadx car and body
Member since 08 February 2023
Burnley

Leadx has been established for 12 years, we take pride in providing the highest levels of service to our customers, we offer a wide range of services from minor dent to f

Denwoods autos
Member since 08 February 2023
Preston

Family run buisness, genuine honest and reliable local mechanic.

Norfolk St Garage
Member since 08 February 2023
Nelson

Established in 1985, we are a Independent based in Nelson, Lancashire. We do MOT's on classes 4 and 7, as well as all mechanical repairs and servicing. We specialise in

Perrys Nelson
Member since 08 February 2023
Nelson

Welcome to Perrys Nelson, where the price of servicing is comparable with the prices you pay at a local fast fit. That said, choosing a franchised dealer will mean that y

ChapelYard MOT
Member since 08 February 2023
Burnley

We know that the MOT test can sometimes be a stressful ordeal. It is for that reason we take a slightly different approach from most garages to testing. At ChapelYard MOT

G and S Motors
Member since 08 February 2023
Burnley

"If you are looking for car servicing in Burnley then look no further because the team here at G and s Motors are on hand to help. With over 50 years of experience in the

Pro-Tech Garage
Member since 08 February 2023
Nelson

We repair and diagnose all makes and models of vehicles, and we specialise in the repair and diagnostic checks performance on the VW Audi group which includes VW, Audi, S

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Clutch Repairs in Burnley
Frequently asked questions
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What is a clutch?

The clutch is the device that connects your car's engine to its gearbox (and, thus, to the wheels.) It is engaged or disengaged to allow you to change gear. You need one because your engine spins all the time, but your wheels do not. The clutch gives you the ability to disconnect the engine from the gearbox and wheels.
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How does a clutch work?

In a car's clutch, a flywheel connects to the engine, and a clutch plate connects to the transmission. When your foot is off the clutch pedal, the flywheel and clutch plate are pressed together, connecting the engine to the gearbox, and they spin at the same speed. When the pedal is pressed, the plate and flywheel are disconnected, allowing you to change gear.
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Can a clutch be repaired?

That depends on what the issue is. If the clutch plate is worn - usually indicated by a 'slipping' clutch or tough - gearchange, it needs to be replaced. However it may be that the issue can be resolved by nothing more than adjusting the clutch cable. A garage will be able to tell.
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How long does a clutch last?

Your clutch is a 'wear part' and relies on friction to work, which means that it IS designed to wear over time and will eventually need replacing - typically after around 7 years. However lots of city driving, 'riding' the clutch, or aggressive acceleration will wear a clutch faster.
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What is a 'Dual Mass Flywheel?

A 'Dual Mass Flywheel' or 'DMF' has its flywheel in two parts, designed to reduce diesel engine vibrations and transmission 'shunt' when changing gear. The two pieces are glued together but any degradation of that compound can lead to difficulties, such as rough running.
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How much does Clutch Repair cost?

This depends on your vehicle: while the clutch itself is typically not expensive, time and care is required in removing, replacing and testing a clutch. Some cars' clutches are harder to access than others, increasing the labour hours involved.

Average rating for  Clutch Repairs in Burnley bookings

5.00

2 reviews

How much does Clutch Repairs cost in Burnley?

The cost of servicing, MOT and repairs differ across the country and Clutch Repairs is not any different. Labour rates will be higher or lower depending on where in the country you are. Take a look below at the average quote in Burnley for Clutch Repairs on WhoCanFixMyCar.com for some of our top car makes.


Clutch Repairs Cost by Car Make in Burnley
Car MakeAverage PriceGet Quotes
Volkswagen£546.33
Vauxhall£588.16
Ford£451.47

This table uses data from quotes provided on WhoCanFixMyCar.com between 10/11/2022 and 08/02/2023.

What is a Clutch?

The Clutch is the part of your car engine which is responsible for engaging and disengaging the power transmission.

It’s a vital part of an engine and is essentially there to connect two parts of the system that can’t make a car move unless they're connected. Clutches engage and disengage two rotating shafts which then allow your car to move.

Because they play this role within the engine system, they naturally wear down over time as the parts are in constant friction with each other.

How can you tell if your clutch needs repairing?

There are a huge variety of problems that can occur with a clutch and there are a number of symptoms that you should look out for which would point towards certain issues.

Slipping Clutch

  • Slipping is one of the most common clutch issues and can cause a drop in performance, as well as damage, if not diagnosed in time.
  • The things you need to watch out for are;
  • Your car struggles to move forward while moving at a low speed in a high gear.
  • Your car struggles to get up hills in a high gear
  • Your car struggles to accelerate or finds it difficult to tow a trailer
  • The problem with a slipping clutch is that it will only get worse as time goes on. Slippage increases the heat generated in between the two shafts and the hotter this area becomes the less able it is to maintain its grip, therefore increasing the slippage. The greater the slippage the greater the heat generated.
  • So it’s clear to see that this is an issue that will only get worse if left without attention.

Clutch Chatter

  • Chattering occurs when the clutch is being used and a grabbing or jerking can be felt in the vehicle.
  • This problem is caused by the following internal clutch issues;
  • A warped or grooved flywheel
  • Missing flywheel dowel pins
  • A worn piolet bearing/bushing
  • A worn bearing retainer
  • Worn or damaged clutch disc or input shaft splines
  • Bent or broken drive straps
  • A bent or distorted clutch disc
  • A loose clutch cover
  • Clutch linings becoming covered in oil grease or getting burned or glazed
  • Chatter can also be caused by other faults in the engine;
  • Loose/broken engine or transmission mounts
  • Misalignment of the chassis and drivetrain components
  • Worn or damaged U-joints/CV joints
  • A loose transmission cross member
  • A worn or bent release fork
  • A loose rear left spring brushing or spring U-bolt nuts

Clutch Noise

  • If you are hearing strange noises like growls or squeals, this can be another sign of a problem with a clutch, as vibrations within the part would cause such sounds.
  • If you hear any strange noises coming from your car, have it looked at immediately as a fault with your clutch could cause serious danger while you are driving.
  • Clutch repairs are one of the most common maintenance services carried out in the UK as the parts in the engine are used so frequently and due to their nature, wear down over time.

Finding a mechanic you can trust to do a good job and charge a fair price, is not always easy which is why we simplified the process.

We work with a network of over 17,092 mechanics and garages across the UK so we can find competitive clutch repair deals for you.

To find the best clutch service available in your region;

  1. Enter your car registration number
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  3. We’ll send you a great selection of quotes from mechanics and garages in your area

You can then compare the quotes and read reviews from previous customers to find the best clutch deal in your area, before booking the clutch repair online.

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