What’s The Clutch In A Car?

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Categories: Performance, Engine

What Is The Definition of A Clutch In A Car?

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A clutch is a mechanical device which disengages and engages power transmission especially when it comes from driving shaft to driven shaft. Simply, what this means is the clutch application disconnects and connects TWO rotating shifts (line or drive shafts). In these particular devices, one shaft (the driven member) is providing output power for work while the other one (the driving member) is usually attached to an engine or other power unit.

If you’re still confused, to put things short; the clutch is the mechanical device which transfers the rotational power from the engine to the wheels in any manual vehicle.

For instance, in a torque-controlled drill one drives a drill chuck and the other is driven by a motor. The clutch connects both shafts so they lock in together and spin at the same speed as their engaged. Both shafts are locked together but spinning at different speeds (known as slipping) or unlocked and spinning at different speeds (the act of being dis-engaged).

How Does It Work?

To keep things simple, check out this YouTube Video on how does it work as they show you visually!

Where Can I Buy A Clutch?

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So I Bought The Clutch I Needed From Your Website, But How Do I Install It If I Have No Experience?

I’m glad you asked! Many people often ask us the step by step instructions on how to go about installing the auto parts we sell, including our clutch kits. To keep it short and simple, we provided a YouTube Link below on how to install a clutch! Trust me it gets easier by the second and you save money!

Now you’re all set to go!

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