When the clutch breaks down, it is tough to get your vehicle from one corner of the Parkville to another. The clutch acts as the link between the wheels and the engine. It is the part of your car which transfers power to turn the tires on the highway.

Family Car Care feels honored to serve you with a top class clutch repair service in Parkville. Our expert team of mechanics will help you in correcting all the clutch related problems. With us, your vehicle’s clutch will be sorted out effortlessly.

Whether you want to improve the external adjustments, movements, or want to change the clutches entirely with the new one; feel free to contact Family Car Care – One shop for your all auto repair issues.

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FAQs for Clutch services

Family Car Care is pleased to offer answers to some of the frequently asked questions about the clutch services offered at our business in Parkville.

What is a clutch?

A clutch is a component of your car which connects different rotating shafts. Basically, it controls the connection between the shaft coming from the engine and the shafts which turn the wheels.”

How long will a clutch last?

Well, there is not any specific timespan as it all depends on your driving style. There are many clutches which last approximately 60,000 miles. Some may need to be replaced at 30,000 and there are some which can keep going well over 100,000 miles. It is good to avoid using clutch unnecessarily such as while stopping at traffic lights. Family Car Care suggests not using the clutch pedal as a means to control the vehicle’s speed.

What exactly does a clutch do?

A clutch allows you to change speed and to come to a complete stop without turning off the engine. Apart from this, it also allows you to change the gear effortlessly.

What are the different types of clutch?

A clutch can be classified into various types such as:

According to the method of engaging force:

  • Spring types clutch
  • Centrifugal clutch
  • Semi – Centrifugal clutch
  • Electromagnetic clutch

According to the method of control:

  • Manual clutch
  • Automatic clutch