auto clutch

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by micky drip, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. micky drip

    micky drip Read Only Funster

    Jul 4, 2012
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    mid wales
    I am thinking of having an auto clutch fitted to my Fiat Lunar and would like to hear from anyone who has experience of using one, or who can recommend a supplier/fitter. Can it be switched off easily to return to manual clutch? How does it cope with hill starts?
  2. normanandsue

    normanandsue Funster

    Dec 31, 2010
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    Dunfermline - Scotland
    I have a "click'n go" semi automatic clutch fitted to my Arto; I hasten to add not by me. It was fitted by the previous owner. I have only used it once to see if it works and it works fine! You switch it on by means of a switch and press a button on the gear lever and change gear without using the clutch. When you no longer need it just return switch to off position.
    I must admit I don't think I shall be using it as I am not a lover of automatic gear changes and I have no problems using a manul clutch but should the time arise I think it would be a great piece of kit.

  3. vwalan

    vwalan Funster

    Sep 23, 2008
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    roche cornwall
    hi had one put on my vw lt several years ago. vehvac sent a fitter to a disability workshop here in cornwall to show them how it worked . mine was secondhand from a mate .
    i found it great . you change gear and dont press the pedal . hillstarts no problem . it works off revs taken from the alternator on a diesel. . cost 500 quid to fit it but it worked fine . later when i got leg braces and also changed trucks the mitzy as hydraulic clutch ,very light so i never swapped it across .
    i dare say you have this but here is
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