Clutch Replacement in Clitheroe

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We work with over 16,171 garages so if you are noticing clutch wear (such as a slipping clutch or a heavy clutch pedal) whatever you drive, our Clitheroe transmission specialists and garages are ready to quote for your repair.


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Top garages for Clutch Replacement in Clitheroe (75 found)
Vicarage Motor Company Ltd.
134 Jobs Completed
Barnoldswick
4.7 / 5

We are small local independent who have two garages locally with one an MOT Testing station the other a bodyshop, we also have our own in house AutoElectrician so we can

Buddys Service Centre.
133 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

Bowker Ribble Valley
229 Jobs Completed
Osbaldeston
3.4 / 5

Here at Bowker Ribble Valley we aspire to deliver hassle free service and repairs to all makes and models of vehicle across the Ribble Valley and surrounding areas. Wi

V8 repair centre Ltd
44 Jobs Completed
Accrington
5.0 / 5

We specialize in accident repairs. We execute a lot of orders for private clients on credit repair basis. We have a fully downdraft water paint ready spray booth. We pro

Marshalls Motor
201 Jobs Completed
Burnley
2.4 / 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

Bee Mill Garage
1 Job Completed
Ribchester Preston
5.0 / 5

"Been in buisness 40 years.over 1300 customers on database from 1 car to fleets,"

Power and Prestige
13 Jobs Completed
Blackburn
5.0 / 5

Auto repairs and maintenance

Servicecentre Blackburn
215 Jobs Completed
Blackburn
4.8 / 5

Servicecentre Blackburn offers car repairs in Blackburn and further afield, such as in Mill Hill, Hollins Bank, Witton, Pleckgate and beyond. The garage was established i

Deen Car & Commercials
3 Job Completed
Blackburn
5.0 / 5

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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

Perrys Colne
4 Job Completed
Colne
5.0 / 5

Welcome to Perrys Colne, 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 yo

Stoneacre Blackburn
21 Jobs Completed
Blackburn
3.8 / 5

Offering new, nearly new and used vehicles, Stoneacre Motor Group is one of the UK's fastest growing and most successful car dealers. We currently offer brand new vehicle

Bowker Blackburn
10 Jobs Completed
Blackburn
5.0 / 5

As an Authorised BMW and MINI Retailer, we offer the highest levels of service and expertise whether you are looking to buy a new car or maintain your current car. Our Ce

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

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Clutch Replacement in Clitheroe
Frequently asked questions
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How much is a Clitheroe Clutch Replacement?

A clutch is a sophisticated component containing friction plates and, sometimes, a dual-mass flywheel, for smooth running. The replacement process can be quite lengthy, depending on make and model. Our average Clutch Replacement in Clitheroe is £350 to £400.
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What is the Clutch Replacement Procedure

There are a number of steps to be taken when replacing a clutch, and accessing the clutch housing can often take significant time in itself. Once the old clutch has been removed, the crankshaft is cleaned. the flywheel should then be positioned at the top of the flange and the bolts tightened. Next, the clutch disk and the clutch pressure plate are installed, followed by a new release bearing and the release fork. Next, the clutch is realigned with the engine. The clutch and bell housing are reinstalled, followed by replacing all components removed to make room. Finally the clutch cable is replaced or adjusted as necessary.
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Can Clitheroe garages collect the car from my home?

Yes. If your car isn't driveable because the clutch is too worn (or for another reason), garages in Clitheroe can generally collect your car to repair it, at little or no extra cost.
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Is Clutch Replacement covered by warranty?

This is a tricky area. If you have a warranty - when you bought the car, or taken out separately - it's important to check the small print. It is often the case that a warranty covering the clutch will cover any form of major 'mechanical failure' but not wear to the friction plates themselves. In short: make sure to check the terms of your warranty carefully.
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How can I prolong the life of my clutch?

Once you've had your new clutch fitted, you'll want to ensure it lasts as long as possible. A couple of pointers: when you're at rest in your car, make sure to put the car in neutral, and take your foot away from the clutch completely. Even lightly resting your foot on the clutch can increase wear. When you change gear, make sure to do so smoothly, without over-revving the engine. Finally, once you've changed gear, remove your foot completely from the clutch pedal - make sure not to 'ride' the clutch after a gearchange.

Average rating for  Clutch Replacement in Clitheroe bookings

4.61

31 reviews

How much does Clutch Replacement cost in Clitheroe?

The cost of servicing, MOT and repairs differ across the country and Clutch Replacement 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 Clitheroe for Clutch Replacement on WhoCanFixMyCar.com for some of our top car makes.


Clutch Replacement Cost by Car Make in Clitheroe
Car MakeAverage PriceGet Quotes
Ford£491.89
Vauxhall£594.14
Volkswagen£525.11
Peugeot£463.59
MINI£546.40
Citroen£456.16
Nissan£546.62
Renault£686.63
Toyota£413.01
Audi£619.35
BMW£477.12

This table uses data from quotes provided on WhoCanFixMyCar.com between 03/09/2021 and 02/12/2021.

Clutch Replacement Explained

Clutch replacement is one of the most common repairs carried out by mechanics in the UK as the nature of the part means it will naturally degrade over time, regardless of how much care you take or precautions you put in place.

The rate of degradation will alter from car model to car model as each are designed differently with some cars having significantly superior parts.

However, the way somebody drives a car is a huge factor in how a clutch performs. We will go onto this in more detail further down the guide and will demonstrate what you should be doing to elongate the lifespan of your clutch.

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.

When you press the clutch down and move your car into gear, you are connecting the two shafts and transitioning from one gear to the next.

Its an essential function which allows a car to move through gears effectively and efficiently.

Automatic cars have an in-built clutch which takes over the control of this interchange, this means that the car itself decides what gear you should be in depending on the driving conditions regardless of the driver.

What are the signs of a damaged clutch on a ?

There are a variety of signs to look out for when it comes to an underperforming clutch as the performance of your car will be noticeably effected as well as your ability to change gears.

Here are the most common issues which will be caused by a damaged clutch.

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.

How long will clutch replacement take on my ?

  • Replacing a clutch can take as little as a few hours or as longs as a few days depending on the car and garage.
  • Many cars will have easy access to the clutch and so replacing the part will be straightforward however others will be more complex and will need other parts removing before the mechanic can get to the clutch.

How much will a new clutch cost for my ?

  • Once more, a new clutch will cost different amounts depending on the car. You could be paying £250 or £600 from car to car or garage to garage, that is why it is so important to get a range of quotes from garages in your local area.
  • Fortunately replacing a clutch is one of the most common repair jobs carried out by mechanics in the UK which means you will be able to find a range of quotes from garages in your local area as it will be a job they are all well practiced in completing.
  • 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 16,171 mechanics and garages across the UK so we can find competitive clutch replacement deals for you.
  • To find the best clutch replacement available in your region;
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  2. Give us a few details about your and your requirements
  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 replacement deal in your area, before booking the clutch replacement online.
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