clutch pedal


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Noun1.clutch pedal - a pedal or lever that engages or disengages a rotating shaft and a driving mechanismclutch pedal - a pedal or lever that engages or disengages a rotating shaft and a driving mechanism; "he smoothely released the clutch with one foot and stepped on the gas with the other"
clutch - a coupling that connects or disconnects driving and driven parts of a driving mechanism; "this year's model has an improved clutch"
foot lever, foot pedal, treadle, pedal - a lever that is operated with the foot
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clutch pedal

n (Aut) → pedale m della frizione
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ZF Meritor reasserted its transmission technology leadership role by introducing its initial product offering: FreedomLine(TM), the North American market's first automated mechanical heavy truck transmission without a clutch pedal.
Licensed by Porsche Lizenz- und Handelsgesellschaft mbH, the Fanatec Porsche 911 Carrera Racing Wheel features an interchangeable gear stick (6 + 1 Speed) that can be mounted on either side of the wheel, realistic clutch pedal with declining resistance, a powerful Mabuchi RS 550 force feedback motor, an adjustable turning angle (up to 900x), a tuning function that allows gamers to change force feedback during gameplay, and an extra large wheel rim of 300mm in diameter crafted from high-quality TPE rubber.
A DSG transmission is mainly a manual without a clutch pedal that uses two sets of gears and two clutches functioning in tandem.
Williams, a former truck driver, now on disability, developed a no-slip clutch pedal or brake pedal cover, which helps heavy equipment operators keep their feet from slipping.
When it is safe to drive on, depressing the clutch pedal and selecting a gear is all that's required to switch on the power and gently move away.
To this end, Kia have developed an Intelligent Stop and Go system for the cee'd EcoDynamics which turns the engine off when the car is stationary in traffic and the driver puts the gearlever into neutral and takes their foot off the clutch pedal.
To this end, Kia has developed an "Intelligent Stop and Go" system for the cee'd EcoDynamics, which turns the engine off when the car is stationary in traffic and the driver puts the gearlever into neutral and takes his or her foot off the clutch pedal.
Motorists who "coast" their cars out of gear or drive with the clutch pedal pressed down are frowned upon by the official book of rules governing road users.
There is a Stop & Start system that automatically causes the engine to cut out whenever the car is stationary in traffic, automatically restarting as soon as the clutch pedal is pressed again.
There's no clutch pedal - hydraulics deal with the clutch.
In urban traffic, when the gear is deselected and the clutch pedal raised, the engine automatically cuts out.
In only 8,000 miles the iDrive stopped working, the doors leak, the clutch pedal stiffened and an engine mounting needs replacing.