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What Causes a Clutch to Burn Out?

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Wearing down the clutch is the aftermath of increased pressure and heat on the clutch plate, which files or shaves down the plate making it glass-like and smooth. Since a clutch works by creating friction between the grooves of the two plates pressing together, a smooth plate changes the kinetic energy the clutch produces.Vehicles traveling through hilly regions will burn through clutches much quicker than vehicles that drive on flat land.
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