Find a specialist clutch replacement centre near you
At Mr Clutch Autocentres we pride ourselves on being clutch specialists, it’s even in our name, and we’ve carried out over 1 million clutch replacements and repairs since 1978.
As clutch specialists, we only use the highest quality parts available, which is why our clutch replacements come with a nationwide 2 year or 20,000 mile warranty for non-commercial vehicles and a 1 year or 12,000 mile warranty for commercial vehicles. We’re also so confident that we cannot be beaten on price, that we boast a price promise, meaning that we’ll match a like for like clutch replacement quotation should you find the same quote cheaper elsewhere, even up to 7 days after your invoice date, giving you real peace of mind!
With over 45 branches nationwide we’re likely to have a clutch centre near you! Simply fill out the enquiry form below or use our branch locator page to find our local specialist clutch replacement centre near you.
Get an instant online estimate for your clutch replacement by completing our enquiry form below, after which a member of our team will review your enquiry, and email you a confirmed cost.
In case you are in any doubt that your clutch is actually faulty, we will complete a free clutch check while-you-wait. Through our expert diagnosis we will be able to tell if your clutch is faulty before we start any work on your vehicle. If you think that you are having problems with your clutch just bring your vehicle along to any of our autocentres and one of our skilled technicians will check out the problem with no obligation for a repair. It will only take a few minutes so there is no need to book, just visit your local autocentre during opening hours.
We pioneered the two year or 20,000 mile nationwide warranty and this is offered as standard at all of our branches across the UK on every clutch except vehicles for commercial use i.e. Taxis, Driving Schools, Light Commercials which carry a warranty period of 1 year or 12,000 miles. As our warranty is nationwide, you are covered by all of our branches across the United Kingdom; wherever you travel you and your vehicle can be safe in the knowledge that help is at hand.
Whatever your motoring requirements, we aim to cater for you. If you have a concern relating to your vehicle or would simply like to discuss vehicle maintenance call your local autocentre for free, friendly, no-obligation advice.
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On modern vehicles it is becoming increasingly common that when a clutch is replaced the concentric slave cylinder (CSC) also requires replacement.
The assembly of a concentric slave cylinder is structured to allow it to operate directly in front of the clutch cover.
This new technology allows direct hydraulic load to be applied to the clutch via the master cylinder and concentric slave cylinder. As a result providing less pedal pressure, eliminating the potential loss of bearing travel caused by wear commonly associated in traditional linkage or cable type systems.
At Mr Clutch we recommend fitting a new concentric slave cylinder whenever performing a clutch replacement in vehicles where these units are used. Failure to do so may cause damage to the new clutch, resulting in expensive rework.
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 flywheel gives your vehicle enhanced momentum and a smoother driving experience.
We, along with the leading clutch manufacturers worldwide, recommend that whenever a clutch is renewed, your flywheel should be inspected and, where necessary, skimmed or replaced.
Most new vehicles now come fitted with dual mass flywheels. These are essential components that allow an enhanced performance in the vehicles drivability. Additionally, these new components reduce harmful vibration.
A worn dual mass flywheel will affect the performance and efficiency of the new clutch and almost certainly result in premature failure.
A standard clutch assembly comprises of several different parts that fit together and assist in helping you to change gear and pull away smoothly. These are the clutch cover, clutch plate, pressure plate, clutch fork, clutch cable or hydraulic system and bearing. There is one other vital component called the flywheel that sits next to the engine and this helps keep the clutch and engine spinning at the same time.
When you are driving and your foot is off the pedal, springs force the pressure plate to push the clutch plate against the flywheel. Because there is a high level of friction between the clutch plate and flywheel this keeps the engine and clutch turning over at the same speed.
When you press the clutch down, the clutch cable or hydraulic system pushes the clutch fork forward, which in turn presses the bearing onto the diaphragm in the clutch cover. The diaphragm then pulls the pressure plate away from the clutch plate which disengages the clutch from the flywheel and engine allowing you to change gear.