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Clutch replacement Olathe KS

Olathe clutch repair, replacement, and service shop.

Need a clutch replacement, repair, or maintenance service in Olathe KS or any of the surrounding suburbs? We've got you covered - call now!

L&D Auto Specialists is your clutch expert. We service clutches for all makes and models, foreign and domestic, and vehicles from A-Z. We have all your clutch service needs covered, from high performance OEM stock to rubber fitting street machines and racing applications. Need a shop you can trust and afford to service your clutch?

Clutch replacement near me

Are you having problems with your clutch? or need your clutch replaced? We specialize in clutch repair and replacement that you can trust. We've got you covered for everything from clutch service to performance upgrades. Stop by for a FREE clutch inspection (with any paid service).

Is it time to replace your clutch? Want to know what's included and what you can expect from one of our clutch replacement/installation services?

  • Quality service you can trust and afford, delivered by a highly trained L&D Auto Specialists expert who knows transmissions like the back of his hand.
  • Clutch pressure plate to be removed and replaced.
  • Clutch pilot bearing and drag bearing replacement.
  • Depending on the application, the flywheel may need to be replaced or resurfaced.
  • Clutch master and slave cylinders inspected and replaced as needed.
  • Transmission fluid checked and refilled or changed.

Do you have clutch problems in Olathe KS?

Does your clutch need to be replaced, or is it a problem that can be solved in a more cost-effective way? Want to learn more about the most common causes of clutch failure? You've come to the right place - where do I start?

  • Is the clutch fluid low or dirty? When a customer brings us a vehicle with a clutch complaint, one of the first things we look at is the clutch fluid. Dirty fluid and low fluid levels indicate a problem with the clutch system. What does this mean? Dirty fluid is typically caused by the seals inside the master cylinder failing as a result of wear, age, lack of maintenance, and contaminated fluid. As a vehicle ages, so does its clutch system. Seals, fluids, and friction materials degrade over time. A low fluid level usually indicates the presence of a leak somewhere, which is likely the result of something wearing out. Is it possible it's a clutch master or slave cylinder? Stop by and our team at L&D Auto Specialists and we will inspect it.
  • Is it getting harder to shift? Is it getting harder to shift and/or engage your transmission? When a master cylinder starts to fail, the shifting facility suffers as well. Hydraulic pressure is necessary for smooth, flawless shifting, but when the master cylinder fails, the all-important pressure goes with it. When the pedal is depressed, there is no pressure and you can't shift gears properly. This can cause the famous gear squeal when shifting, as well as a transmission that slips out of gear in some cases.
  • Is your clutch pedal behaving strangely? A defective clutch master cylinder not only makes it difficult to shift gears, but is also often accompanied by a pedal that behaves strangely, i.e. acts abnormally. A soft, spongy or low pedal is one such anomaly.
  • Is it time to replace my clutch? When you step on the clutch pedal, do you hear a squealing noise? Then your clutch is most likely worn and needs to be replaced. A manual transmission clutch should last between 30,000 and 100,000 miles on average. However, this varies depending on how you drive - do you drive like you own it or like you owe a lot of money? Your driving style plays an important role in determining when the clutch will need to be replaced. However, friction material wears out over time, and when this happens, the clutch needs to be replaced. Do you need a clutch replacement in Olathe KS?
    • Is your clutch slipping? The transmission clutch disc assembly in your vehicle is made of a friction material on both sides of a disc/plate. The clutch disc is made of the same material as the brake lining on your brake pads and shoes. When the friction material wears out, it can cause slippage. Slippage can also be caused by oil-soaked friction material, a deformed pressure plate or weak springs.
    • What is the best way to tell if my clutch is slipping?
      • Does your engine start to rev unusually when you start it (from a stop) or when you accelerate, almost as if it is slipping?
      • Is your vehicle's fuel economy starting to deteriorate (or already deteriorating)?
      • Do you have to downshift more frequently when driving up a hill or incline?
      • Do you have a stiff clutch that requires more effort to shift gears?
    • Are you suffering by clutch noise? Clutch vibration is a shuddering sensation experienced when the clutch is engaged. The most common cause of this phenomenon is contamination of the clutch disc friction surfaces, which is usually caused by an oil or hydraulic fluid leak in the clutch disc. In some cases, flywheel repair can cure clutch vibration.
    • Is your clutch dragging? Clutch drag occurs when the clutch disc does not fully release when the clutch pedal is depressed. Clutch drag can be caused by an improperly adjusted clutch. In most cases, clutch drag occurs when your clutch is worn.

For over 10 years, L&D Auto Specialists has been serving Olathe and the surrounding areas.

Looking for a clutch shop in Olathe KS that you can trust to provide cost-effective solutions?

We are your local clutch expert, and we are here to help you with all of your clutch service needs, but we also want to help you get to know your clutch system. Whether your vehicle has a self-adjusting, manually operated or performance clutch, it's critical that this component is properly maintained. Have a question for us?

How come we need to replace our clutch?

Answer: Over time, your vehicle's clutch will need to be replaced because it will wear out. Your engine is constantly turning, but your vehicle's wheels are not. To stop your car without the engine shutting off, the wheels must be disconnected from the engine somehow. By controlling the slip between them, your clutch allows you to smoothly engage a spinning engine to a non-spinning transmission.

When you depress the clutch, the pressure plate pushes against a flywheel, connecting the transmission to the engine and allowing you to shift gears. The friction caused by this repetitive action wears down the clutch, pressure plate, flywheel, springs, accompanying gears, bearings (throwout bearing) and other components over time.

Looking for a high quality clutch repair, replacement, or service that won't cost you an arm and a leg? Why is L&D Auto Specialists the best clutch shop in Olathe KS?

One of our goals is to provide complete customer satisfaction. If you're not happy, neither are we. For over 10 years, our highly skilled and certified transmission clutch mechanics, top-of-the-line equipment, the best warranties in the industry, superior customer service, and cost-effectiveness have helped us remain at the top of the local clutch service industry.

Vehicles serviced

Because of our strong partnerships with local parts suppliers, we can deliver top-quality parts for any make or model very fast. In many cases, we can complete auto and body repairs the same day! All of our technicians/mechanics are experienced on both domestic and imported vehicles, including:

Foreign cars:

Import european cars:

  • BMW, Mercedes Benz, Audi, Fiat, VolksWagen (VW), Volvo, Mini Cooper, Saab, SmartCar, Porsche, Masterati, Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Land Rover, Range Rover, Lotus

Japanese and asian cars:

  • Toyota, Lexus, Honda, Acura, Nissan, Infiniti, Mazda, Hyundai, Suzuki, Subaru, and Kia.

Domestic cars:

  • Ford: Lincoln, Mercury, Continental.
  • General Motors: Chevrolet, GMC, Cadillac, Buick, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Saturn, Hummer.
  • Chrysler: Jeep, Dodge, Plymouth, and Ram Trucks.

About Olathe KS

Olathe KS

Olathe is the county seat of Johnson County, Kansas, United States. It is the fourth-most populous city in the Kansas City metropolitan area and Kansas, with a 2010 population of 125,872. By 2019, the Census Bureau estimated Olathe's population had grown to 140,545.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 60.42 square miles (156.49 km2) of which 59.66 square miles (154.52 km2) are land and 0.76 square miles (1.97 km2) is covered by water. Olathe has two public lakes: Lake Olathe with 172 acres (0.70 km2) of water surface and Cedar Lake with 45 acres (0.18 km2).

Our credentials

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jeffrey m

got me on the road with confidence in my car and mechanic

Timely, great pricing, fixed what I needed, informative. They squeezed me in to fix my tail light and brakes before my trip and got me on the road with confidence in my car and mechanic.


sarah smiley

They took the time to properly assess the damage, and gave me options.

I was referred to L & D Auto by a friend of mine. I drive a BMW & was not aware of the faulty timing chain for 2012-2014 X3 models. When it broke, it caused significant damage. Baron BMW "assessed" the damage & told me I needed a complete new engine for 13K! I immediately had it towed to L & D. They took the time to properly assess the damage, and gave me options. Although it was still a costly repair, it was nothing like what Baron quoted me

Sarah Smiley

daisy martinez

The service was great and affordable. Jose was very nice and told me about the condition of my car and the possible repairs

I found L&D Auto Specialist using Google search and I was skeptical at first. I wasn't sure what to expect of this auto repair shop. I guess I didn't want to walk into an expensive auto shop. I needed transmission service and we all know it's not cheap. The service was great and affordable. Jose was very nice and told me about the condition of my car and the possible repairs that I will have to do soon...

Daisy Martinez

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