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Is your clutch slipping? Is the pedal stiff, or heavy? Is it hard to change gear? If so, a new clutch may be required - but they often come at a cost. Fortunately, we work with friendly local garages nationwide - including SEAT Specialists - so you can compare quotes in one place, in seconds.

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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.

How much does a SEAT Clutch Repairs cost?

The cost of Clutch Repairs will likely differ greatly depending on which SEAT model you have. Combining the varying cost of parts and the difference in labour hours needed to complete the job, different SEAT models will cost different amounts for Clutch Repairs. Take a look below at the average quote for Clutch Repairs on WhoCanFixMyCar.com for some of the top SEAT models.


Clutch Repairs Cost by SEAT Model
SEAT ModelAverage PriceGet Quotes
SEAT Leon£362.93
SEAT Ibiza£399.00

This table uses data from quotes provided on WhoCanFixMyCar.com between 14/09/2017 and 13/12/2017.

What is a Clutch?

The clutch is a device in your car that connects the engine to its gearbox (and, thus, to the wheels.) It is engaged or disengaged to allow you to change gear. Every car needs a clutch because the engine spins all the time, but wheels do not. The clutch gives the ability to disconnect the engine from the gearbox and wheels. As a clutch pad is designed to wear over time, it has a shorter lifespan than other car parts. With sensible driving and good car maintenance, a clutch pad should last for just over seven years. Below, you will find out the most important points about clutch change.

Signs that your Clutch needs Replacing or Repairing

  • Clutch Chatter
  • Chattering occurs when the clutch is being used and a grabbing or jerking can be felt in the vehicle.

  • 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.

  • Burning Smell
  • If you can smell something burning while you drive it is essential that you stop the car and ensure you are safe.

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.

Clutch change work is very common in the UK and the average cost of replacing a clutch will be listed at the top of this page. However, getting a new clutch for your car may not be close to this price, the only way to get an accurate clutch replacment quote which you can trust is by using WhoCanFixMyCar.com.

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

We work with a network of over 10,000 mechanics and garages across the UK so we can find competitive clutch repair deals for you. So make sure to follow these steps to get replace clutch costs!

To find the best clutch service available in your region;
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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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