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28 Reviews


“Andrew was very nice, friendly. My car is like new.”

BMW 1 Series • Clutch replacement

“I am more than satisfied which this website. I was working away and staying in hotel, I bust my radiator and later searched mobile mechanics as I didn't know the area and car was stranded in car park. I found click mechanic and booked it on line about 8pm, I asked for 8am next day, it was so simple I couldn't believe it and to be honest I expected a call in morning to say due to short notice it will be day after but received a call saying the mechanic is on his way!!!
Brilliant service, have already told all my friends.
I also expected to pay over £200 but cost £136. “

Ford Mondeo • Radiator replacement


19 Reviews


“The service and the price quoted for the work were completely to my satisfaction especially when they included collection and return at no extra cost

Nina kept me updated with progress on a regular basis

would recommend them 100%.”

Audi A4 • Clutch replacement

“Absolutely first class and friendly service. Work carried out quickly and to a high standard. Will definitely by my first choice for mechanical services in future. Superb! ”

Saab 9-3 • Exhaust pipe replacement - rear/tail/silencer


48 Reviews


“Paul was very knowledgeable and did a great job. Thank you”

Ford Fiesta • Clutch replacement

“Paul has done fantastic work on my vehicle. I needed two drive shaft replacements. Paul was super quick and efficient no mess and gave me a quick health check of the vehicle putting my mind at ease. All done at the comfort of my home. Clickmechanic is an awesome, easy to use and the customer service has been brilliant. The prices are also great!“

Renault Scenic/Grand Scenic II • Front driveshaft replacement - right


212 Reviews


“Couldn't recommend more! Booked for a new clutch on the Friday to be undertaken on the Monday. Kalim phoned the same evening to understand why I needed the clutch and when he was aware of my situation (being a week away from giving birth) he offered to collect the car that same evening to get it back as soon as possible. Unfortunately another problem was found with the car but Kalim worked hard to keep the costs reasonable for us, which we were really grateful for. The car was back with me by Tuesday lunchtime - due to an issue in Birmingham and he kept us informed throughout. Really friendly and will be using him again! Thank you very much!!“

Vauxhall/Opel Zafira-B • Clutch replacement

“Kalim was fantastic and very helpful! ”

Peugeot 207 • Clutch replacement


191 Reviews


“Peter came on time and was really friendly. Fixed my clutch in no time, he's obviously very good at what he does. Thanks :)”

Peugeot 206 • Clutch replacement

“Superb service, fast fix and very professional. Will definitely use again”

Nissan Micra • Front road spring (both) replacement

How much does a Clutch replacement cost?

Labour times and part prices vary depending on the particular vehicle, but to give you an idea here are some examples.

Car Franchise Dealer estimate Independent Garage estimate ClickMechanic ClickMechanic Saving
Car2000 Daihatsu Hi-Jet Van Franchise Dealer Est.£324 - £358 Independent Garage Est.£223 - £246 ClickMechanic Est.£222 - £245 Saving31%
Car2008 Vauxhall/Opel Agila Franchise Dealer Est.£328 - £435 Independent Garage Est.£207 - £297 ClickMechanic Est.£205 - £295 Saving34%
Car2006 Toyota Previa Franchise Dealer Est.£704 - £778 Independent Garage Est.£415 - £458 ClickMechanic Est.£411 - £454 Saving41%
Car2002 BMW 5 Series Franchise Dealer Est.£690 - £763 Independent Garage Est.£364 - £402 ClickMechanic Est.£362 - £400 Saving47%
Car2009 Hyundai Coupe SIII/Coupe Franchise Dealer Est.£533 - £589 Independent Garage Est.£335 - £370 ClickMechanic Est.£332 - £367 Saving37%

Want to learn more about Clutch replacements?

Read our short guide with information on costs, symptoms and more.

How much does a Clutch Replacement cost?

The cost of a clutch replacement depends on your car and what parts your car's manufacturer recommends using for the replacement. Find out what you could save by having your clutch replaced by Clickmechanic, by selecting your car below!

What does a Clutch do?

The clutch is a solid metal disc located between the engine and the transmission, it couples the crank shaft and flywheel to the gearbox's clutch shaft. The clutch enables the drive from the engine to be disconnected momentarily from the gearbox.

The clutch disc is simply put a 'friction' disc that, when engaged, presses against the flywheel (which is directly connected to the crankshaft) by way of the pressure plate. If disengaged the clutch disc does not press against the flywheel, which in turn means that no drive is transfered to the gearbox, allowing for a gearchange to be made.

How do you know there is something wrong with the Clutch?

  • When the clutch slips whilst driving.
  • When you cannot use the gearbox to change gear as usual.
  • When the car does not move at all.
  • When the transmission makes an unusual noise whilst engaging/disengaging the clutch.

When should you consider a Clutch replacement?

Clutches wear with use, past a certain point of wear the clutch will start to slip. The clutch disc is especially affected by wear, its thickness diminishes with time leading to a reduction of the amount of force the pressure plate can put on the clutch disc to force it against the flywheel.

Clutch slippage can also be caused by reduced tension in the pressure plate's springs. In most cases the clutch should last fairly long, only if the clutch has been used incorrectly over extended periods of time or after a lot of miles will problems with the clutch occur.

Maintaining and using the clutch in an appropriate way is therefore key to ensure a prolonged and unproblematic clutch lifespan. Always service the components of the clutch as and when stipulated in the guidelines set out by your car's manufacturer.

What happens during a Clutch replacement?

  • Mechanic will inspect and test the functionality of the clutch.
  • If necessary, the mechanic will replace the clutch.
  • Mechanic will first separate the gearbox from the engine.
  • Mechanic will replace the clutch plate, cover and release bearing.
  • Mechanic will advise if other components like the flywheel also need to be replaced.
  • Mechanic will rejoin engine and gearbox.
  • Mechanic will inspect the clutch and test drive the car.
  • Mechanic will make adjustments if necessary.

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