A reader wants to know
A reader recently sent in a question about driving a manual-transmission vehicle. Should a driver step on the brake, or the clutch first, when coming to stop? Obviously, this reader is a new driver. And we do love to help new
Try checking the clutch hose
Hello, Top Gear Philippines. I have a 2001 Mitsubishi Adventure diesel. Recently, I changed the pressure plate, clutch disc and release bearing. Dahil palaging lumusot ang clutch ko naka ilang palit na ako ng slave. Same result. The master has been replaced
Honda big bikes use this revolutionary A/T gearbox
When rumors about the entry of Honda big bikes with automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) in the Philippine market first broke out, they were met mixed emotions.Some riders liked it, others were skeptical. Hardcore adventure riders who like to push their
To best conserve your energy
Clutch in, clutch out. Left foot on, left foot off. Seems simple enough, right? For veteran drivers of manual transmission cars, the process is pretty much automatic (no pun intended). However, there's actually a proper way to go about it that
No need to panic
The hydraulic system that actuates the clutch in your manual-transmission car will not last forever. Just like every wear item, the master and slave cylinders will fail eventually. The slave, located near the gearbox, is usually the first to go. Back
Our tech guru has the answer
Hi Top Gear! I just want to ask, does using second gear when taking off from a full stop hurt my car's engine?Thanks!Dann Francis Lopena Hi, Dann. The short answer is: it won't hurt your engine but it
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