Common Manual Transmission Troubles

In manual transmissions, a dragging clutch happens when the system fails to disengage the clutch disk from the flywheel when you press the clutch pedal. This will prevent the gears from shifting due to the clutch still spinning with the engine. You’ll know when this happens because of the “grinding” noise. This can happen occasionally, but if this is a regular problem it’s an indication of a more serious issue.

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