Manual, standard or stick shift. These are all terms that refer to the same exact thing: a type of transmission that requires the driver to select and change the gears.
Even though there are few new cars made with them today, they’re preferred by many, and there are still a lot of them on the road.
What do they all have in common? The clutch system.
Basic operation is the same with all clutches, but there are variations in how they’re controlled. Let’s take a look at how they work.
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