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Clutch Replacement Services in Edmonton

One of the key services that we provide at our Edmonton-based auto repair centre is clutch replacement. The clutch is a pivotal part of a car. It's because of a properly functional clutch pedal that a car runs smoothly on the road. The clutch transfers the power from the engine to the transmission system using a complex mechanism, leading to the movement of a manual transmission vehicle. It is imperative to understand when you should consider a clutch replacement for your vehicle. At Dot Transmissions, whether you need emergency services or you require your vehicle fixed quickly, we come through in the clutch. Get in touch with our team of seasoned professionals if you need us to inspect the clutch in your vehicle.

The Importance of Replacing Your Clutch

If you ask yourself which part of your manual car you use the most, then in all likelihood you will realize that it is the clutch. You press the clutch when you want to change gears, accelerate, reverse, and slow down. During all these automotive processes, the clutch suffers a tremendous degree of wear and tear. Given that the clutch is being used so much, proper maintenance or replacement becomes the need of the hour. It should undoubtedly be tended to because if the clutch pedal is not repaired or replaced, it can cause a host of problems such as slipping, squeaking noises, and more. A damaged clutch pedal will make the driving experience uncomfortable and extremely dangerous.

Signs Your Clutch Pedal Needs Replacement

Easy pressing


If the clutch pedal presses too easily without offering any resistance, then you must see a technician because it might be time to consider a replacement. Our technicians are skilled enough to tell if you need any clutch-related services, be it replacement or repair. Feel free to get in touch with us in Edmonton.

Difficult reverse gear


It becomes hard to find the reverse gear with a worn-out clutch because shifting into reverse is a big deal for the car's driveshaft and takes a lot of force, especially from the clutch. 



The most common problem faced by manual car owners with worn-out clutch pedals is slipping. Slipping occurs when you press the clutch pedal, and it neither engages nor disengages. The result is there is no power transfer to the transmission system. Driving the car in this scenario becomes next to impossible.

Grinding noise


If you hear a grinding noise whenever you depress the clutch pedal, there is a high possibility that the clutch is worn out. You should go for a clutch replacement if you hear such unusual noises.

Hard to change gears


Changing gears with a worn-out clutch is a difficult task to accomplish, and if you are facing this, contact us, and our technicians will take care of the rest.

Life of a Clutch and How Often You Should Replace It

The average life of a clutch is somewhere between 80,000 to 160,000 km (50,000 to 100,000 miles). But it entirely depends on your driving style, and most importantly, the type of surface on which the car is being driven most of the time. For example, if you drive mostly on Edmonton's city roads, the clutch will be used a lot more than driving on motorways. The usage of the clutch is directly proportional to its life. One more thing that directly impacts the clutch's life is the driving style, so if you press the clutch too hard or sit in traffic jams with your feet pressing the clutch unnecessarily, then you will need a clutch replacement much sooner.

There is no exact time to replace the clutch, so we suggest you go for regular auto service so that our technicians can determine the state of your clutch. If you wish to know your clutch's life and whether it should be replaced or not, connect with us. 

Frequently Asked Questions


Should the clutch pedal be hard or soft?

When you press the clutch pedal down, it should feel smooth and consistently springy throughout its movement. When a new clutch is installed, the pedal will usually feel loose or soft, mostly because of the lubrication that was added after the new installation.

Does the clutch affect acceleration?

Yes, a worn-out clutch will cause a loss of acceleration. The springs wear out, and so the clutch discs don't clamp down as hard on the flywheel.

If my vehicle’s clutch is slipping, how long can I continue to drive?

If the clutch already shows signs of slipping, it’s a matter of time before the clutch will stop functioning, but Dot Transmissions does not advise that a vehicle's owner should attempt to stretch the life of an already slipping clutch. Replacing the clutch should be done as soon as possible.

How many hours does a clutch replacement take?

The average time to replace a clutch is between 2 to 6 hours, but in some cases, it can take as long as 10 hours. As with any other repair service, the length of time varies due to several factors. If you make an appointment with us for the clutch replacement job early in the morning, we do our best to return your vehicle on the same day.

Is a lot of work involved in replacing a clutch?

Replacing a clutch is a big job and is labour-intensive. However, a complete clutch replacement is not always necessary. Most clutches are operated by hydraulics, so sometimes only a hydraulic cylinder or hose needs to be replaced.


Contact us today and get quick solutions for all your clutch-related problems. We also provide transmission services for manual transmissions and transmission rebuilds.

Contact Us

Dot Transmissions

11220 149 St NW

Edmonton, AB T5M 1W5



Monday to Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

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