Clutch Services & Repair
Glen Burnie Transmissions is proud to provide the Baltimore / Washington corridor area with a wide range of clutch services and repairs. As an established transmission service center the corridor.
Glen Burnie Transmissions is fully equipped to solve any problems with your transmission or clutch. The basic function of a clutch is to conduct and control the flow of power from the engine to the transmission. When a vehicle is running, the engine is spinning constantly, but the wheels are not. The transmission serves as the intermediary between the two by transferring power from one to the other. Thus, the clutch is able to keep the engine going while the vehicle is stationary by controlling the flow of energy between engine and transmission. Without it, every time your car stops, the engine would also stop spinning. A worn out clutch will greatly affect the drivability of your vehicle, so it's important to stay on top of all repairs. Below is a list of services and repairs that we provide specifically for clutches. Click on a link to learn more:
If you're experiencing one of these issues or just want to keep up with the maintenance of your clutch, stop by our service center, located in Baltimore. Our automotive professionals are ready to put their years of experience to work on your transmission.
- Clutch Adjustment
- Clutch Kit Installation
- Clutch Slave Cylinder Repair
How Clutches Work
We replace clutches, pressure plates, throw out bearings, clutch cylinders, and resurface & balance flywheels
Weak or no pedal
Your clutch will need replacing if your pedal is weak or barely disengages at to near the floor
When we rebuild your clutch, we replace the clutch, the pressure plates and throw out bearings.
During the rebuild, we replace the clutch slave cylinder and we rebuild the clutch master cylinder if needed.
In addition, we resurface and balance the flywheel to prevent early wear on the new equipment.