Hi I have a 2001 hydyia elantra, it's manual and today I've had to replace the batter. my main concern is when I was driving my car it made a little noise then my car just stop moveing. the engine was still running and was fine but the car would just rev up and did not move does this mean the whole clutch is bad or maybe the clutch plate?? And when I let go of the clutch in gear it did not stall out like it should have it didn't even move or rev just sat there please help me asap!!

Asked by Jan 03, 2013 at 02:15 AM about the 2001 Hyundai Elantra GLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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The generic test for a bad clutch is to release the pedal with the transmission in third gear. If the engine does not stall, then you can assume the clutch is bad.

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Clutches dont normally quit out of no-where. It is possible but normally a worn clutch will still pull the car somewhat. If its not pulling AT ALL then it may be something else. Flywheel bolts, pressure plate, or trans failure. Does the shifter still go in and out of all gears? With clutch engaged and disengaged?

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