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Genuine SEAT Leon 1.6 Diesel Clutch Set 2013-2020

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Part Number: 04L141015D

Genuine SEAT Leon 1.6 Diesel Clutch Set 2013-2020

Part Number: 04L141015D

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A clutch is a mechanical device that engages and disengages power transmission, especially from a drive shaft to a driven shaft. In the simplest application, clutches connect and disconnect two rotating shafts.

To Fit 1.6 TDI

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How to tell if your clutch is going

The clutch is a hugely important part of your vehicle – without it, you’d be unable to change between gears. Like many of your car’s components, it is possible your clutch may wear out over time. Find out more about what your clutch does below, and what symptoms to look out for if you think yours might be due for replacement.

What does a clutch do?

Simply put, the function of a clutch is to separate the engine from the wheels, allowing you to change gear and come to a complete stop while the engine is still running. The clutch is made up three main parts – the clutch plate, pressure plate and flywheel. When the clutch is engaged (foot off the pedal), the springs in the clutch press these three parts together so that the engine and the transmission are connected and spinning at the same speed. When you press your foot on down on the clutch pedal, however, the springs pull the pressure plate away from the clutch plate, so that the flywheel and pressure plate spin at a different rate, allowing you to smoothly change gears.

What to look out for

If you’re experiencing any of the below symptoms, you may need a clutch replacement:

  • Spongy, sticking, vibrating or loose clutch pedal when pressed
  • Squeaking or grumbling noise when pressed
  • Ability to rev the engine, but poor acceleration
  • Difficulty shifting gear
  • ‘Slipping’ clutch, causing a momentary loss of acceleration.