no, but if you are burning your clutch i recommend having someone teach you how to drive a standard, you should never burn your clutch unless you are going up a very steep incline where you can't let it out quickly
Because your burning your clutch.
Electric fan or fan clutch has failed.
it sounds like you have clutch whine which is the bearing in the clutch and that would explain why it smells like it is burning as well hope this helps
many things can happen. first thing is wear out your tread prematurely. second you might break your drive shaft, u-joint or transmission or at least stress them. third you can overheat your clutch friction disk with stick shift and cause the clutch to slip. many costly things can occur when doing this so its best to accelerate only as fast as your car can without burning your tires
If the car judders as it pulls away but the problem goes away after a while the discs are contaminated with water.If the car judders as it pulls away always, its contaminated with oil, suspect a leaking engine seal/gland.if the car overrevs as it pulls away and there is a burning smell, the clutch is burnt out.If the car is in gear but doesnt pull away. The clutch is burnt out.If the car is a manual shift and it creeps if thebrake is off and the car is in gear and the clutch is engaged. Check the clutch adjustment.
Answer: You can eliminate much of your overheating by having the clutch adjusted properly. you cant
no, it will not
check clutch fan
i need chage the clutch of my car
More than likely you are splipping the clutch and the s mell is the facing of the clutch burning off.
Yes it could.