Clutch/DMF

Your vehicle contains a clutch, composed of multiple dynamic components designed for seamless operation. This ensures smooth gear transitions and eliminates any undesirable grinding noises. As you use your vehicle over time, the clutch naturally undergoes wear and tear, prompting specific warning indications.

Keep an eye out for these tell-tale signs of potential clutch issues:

– Unusual softness, sticking, or vibrations in the clutch pedal when depressed.
– Audible squeaking or low rumbling noises upon pressing the pedal.
– Engine revving smoothly, but a noticeable lack of acceleration.
– Difficulty in shifting gears smoothly.
– Brief instances of acceleration loss due to a slipping clutch.

The T5 and T6 models are also prone to dual mass flywheel (DMF) issues. Many specialists will recommend that you replace your DMF alongside the clutch, as it is a component susceptible to wear. If you notice unusual sounds while changing gear, shuddering when pulling away, vibrations coming from the clutch, or from the floor itself, these are all symptoms of a failing DMF.

If you encounter any of these problems, your vehicle demands immediate attention. The good news is that these are routine procedures, and our team of skilled mechanics, specialised in servicing Volkswagen vans and water-cooled VW/Audi group vehicles, can efficiently address these concerns, ensuring minimal vehicle downtime.