Why is my clutch pedal feel heavy to press?

Heavy Clutch pedal

If you want to find the decision of this problem, you must order to diagnose clutch or you need go way more information about it.

Why is my clutch pedal feel heavy to press

To help you diagnose the clutch what might be any problem, it would be well for you to understand clutch construction and how clutch works. If your transmission gradually became harder to shift, the problem lies only to be causing it, the pressure plate.

So, if it`s failing that, the issue must be in the activation system itself, between the pedal and the clutch arm. There are three main types of clutch activation systems: Linkage, Cable and Hydraulic. You can learn about them here “Clutch construction“.

All possible probability, there are some issue lies either in lubrication or in some failure in the linkage. One of other problem can be having a bushing broken, that causing an inordinate amount of force to move the clutch pedal.

Author: delfi

4 thoughts on “Why is my clutch pedal feel heavy to press?

  1. Tyler Johnson says:

    That’s good to know that a heavy clutch could be a sign of a lubrication issue. I feel like that would be a pretty cheap fix. I’ll have to consider taking my car in to get that fixed if that happens to it.

    1. Of course, it can be difficult problems of clutch, but first you should decide an easy clutch repair method.

  2. My proton savvy pedal is very stiff when apply. Why do

    1. You have to go the car to a clutch workshop and they tell you the clutch is buggered, but Proton will be good 😉 So you can check the clutch cables and replacing or renewing if it need. One of the reason the stiff Clutch pedal or Replacing clutch cable

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