A Vibrating Pedal Could Mean You Have a Clutch Problem
There are a number of different problems that can occur with a car’s clutch and how big the problem is can help you determine whether or not to do it yourself. Before you even take out the toolbox be sure to try to adjust the clutch pedal. Start by tapping on it lightly then all the way down. If you can feel the lining of the clutch is worn too thin then depending on your make and model it might not be adjustable. Otherwise it’s time to find out what could be wrong with your clutch.
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One common problem you may notice when driving is your clutch pedal will start to vibrate when pressed. Some people say they only feel it when pressed to a certain extent but the fact is that it can occur in any position. If you’re planning on disassembling your clutch kit check around the engine to make sure the crankshaft or damper pulley aren’t rubbing up against it.
Different parts could also be the cause of the vibration. You can get started on checking them by removing the drive belts. Once removed, make sure your transmission is set in neutral and your emergency brake is on. Ignite the engine and check around the engine to see if you see any vibrations.
If you’re still coming up empty handed then it’s time to check the individual clutch parts. Ensure each part is in good condition and there are no loose bolts. If the problem persists then the solution is 2J’s Automotive.
The expert mechanics at 2J’s Automotive can take a look at your entire clutch kit while giving it a free diagnostic test. After determining what the problem is they will get it fixed and back on the road because driving on a faulty clutch is not a good idea. Our phones are answered around the clock so don’t hesitate to call us at 817-232-9866 with any questions you may have.
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