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Manual Clutch Kits Will Be Here For Years To Come
There are still more than 15 million manual-equipped vehicles on the road that will eventually need a replacement clutch (some more than once). So manual clutch kits will be with us for many years to come. more
ASE P2 TEST PRIMER: Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
Automatic transmissions are mostly used with Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) while automatic transaxles are used with Front-Wheel Drive (FWD). All-Wheel Drive (AWD) and Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) vehicles may use either a transmission or transaxle depending on the configuration of the drivetrain. more
Clutches Get A Workout
Riding the clutch increases the temperature of the clutch and accelerates wear. As wear increases, the clutch may lose some of its grip and start to slip. more
ASE P2 TEST PRIMER: Manual Transmission/Transaxle
The clutch couples the engine to the transmission, and transmits torque from the flywheel to the transmission input shaft. more
The Nuts And Bolts Of Clutches
In most cases, the clutch parts are new and are matched to the very close tolerances demanded by compact engine compartments and transmission and trans-axle configurations. more

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