Category: Clutch and Flywheel

Car with headlights on driving on heavy, snowing condition

Winter places our vehicle’s components under intense pressure

Whether it be lighting, the air-conditioning system, or the electrical components, the number of vehicle failures grows out of proportion at this time of the year, highlights Iain Robertson, although Mr Clutch Autocentres has a cost-effective solution. It is that...

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Mechanic holding a worn clutch that is causing noise and drag

Drag has many meanings but, for Mr Clutch Autocentres, it is to be avoided

While it could be a reference to a car’s aerodynamic efficiency, to be spotted ‘in drag’ might create the wrong impression, suggests motoring journalist Iain Robertson, who feels that manual clutch drag is definitely not recommended, at any cost. Having...

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Mr Clutch branch manager behind a desk in the reception area returning the car keys to a satisfied customer

Avoiding bamboozlement is important to Mr Clutch Autocentres

We live in a world where initials often replace words and abbreviations are part and parcel of mobile communications, writes motoring journalist Iain Robertson, but equally jargon, or the use of technical words, can cause consumer confusion. Knowing how to...

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Pouring blue fluid into car engine

Checking the levels and being aware of the ‘MAX’

Ensuring that fluid levels are correct for the year-round reliability of your vehicle, motoring journalist Iain Robertson states that the only way to prevent a ruined summer holiday is to ensure that your car is in good health before going....

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Transmission disc

‘Traditional’ transmission repairs can save both waste and money

One aspect of garage services that has almost become a ‘forgotten art’, writes motoring journalist, Iain Robertson, is a genuine feather-in-the-cap for Mr Clutch, which always champions value for money to its customers. We live in a world that revolves...

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Flywheel Damage? Repair, or replace, is the question

Among the ‘oily bits’ of the average manual gearbox car is a flywheel, highlights motoring journalist Iain Robertson, which he states can be quite costly to replace, although he has a solution to such expense. To be honest, the flywheel,...

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Locomotive engine

Flywheels And Dual Mass Flywheels

The flywheel is a metal disc which is fitted directly onto the crankshaft between the engine and the clutch. Its purpose is to help provide a smooth transfer of power from the engine to the drive train. In essence, the...

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Clutch Maintenance: Helping You Avoid Costly Repairs in the Future

For most people, they treat their car like a baby, providing it with the care and pampering that is needed to stay in its best shape through the years. Nonetheless, there are some who often ignore the importance of maintenance...

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