How do I know if my WRX clutch is bad?

Five Signs the Clutch in Your Subaru is Going Out

  1. The Clutch Pedal Feels Wrong.
  2. The Clutch Slips.
  3. The Transmission Won’t Shift Into Gear.
  4. Your Vehicle is Slow to Get Going.
  5. Grinding When You Try To Go Into Gear. If your Subaru makes a grinding sound when you shift gears, it’s not always indicative of a failing clutch.

How long does 2015 WRX clutch last?

A Boulder Subaru technician will tell you that the life of your clutch is based on many different factors, so it’s different for every car owner. They’re designed to last at least 50,000 miles, but it can vary based on how well you take care of your car and what your driving style is.

What are the symptoms of a bad clutch?

8 Signs of a Bad Clutch

  • Weak Acceleration.
  • Grinding Gears.
  • Loose Clutch Pedal.
  • Sticky Clutch Pedal.
  • Other Noises.
  • Won’t Shift into Gear.
  • Won’t Stay in Gear.
  • Burning Smell.

What kind of clutch does a 2015 WRX have?

Designed utilizing… Subaru WRX Standard Transmission 6-Speed 2015, 725 Series Twin Disc Clutch Kit by Clutch MastersĀ®. Push Type Clutch. Disc Outer Diameter: 7.25″.

What can a bad clutch cause?

Problems with the clutch disc itself or its related parts can cause many symptoms. Your car may function poorly: it may start out slowly even though the engine is racing. Noises may indicate a problem: your clutch pedal may make noise, or your transmission may make noise when the car is in neutral.

Why is my clutch pedal sticking to the floor?

There are four components that can cause the clutch pedal go all the way to the floor: Failed clutch release bearing. Failed slave cylinder. Failed clutch master cylinder.

How well does a WRX hold its value?

In a 2020 iSeeCars study, Subaru was the sixth lowest depreciation car brand. In this same study, the WRX and WRX STI ranked in the top 10 lowest depreciation cars. In fact, the WRX was second behind the Porsche 911 with 5-year depreciation of 39.8% when looking at depreciation for sports cars (see full study here).

How many miles do clutches last?

Most clutches are designed to last approximately 60,000 miles before they need to be replaced. Some may need replacing at 30,000 and some others can keep going well over 100,000 miles, but this is fairly uncommon.

How can I tell if clutch needs replacing?

Here are some of the signs your clutch is going:

  1. Squeaking or unusual grumbling noise when pressure is applied.
  2. Difficulty changing gears.
  3. The clutch pedal sticking, vibrating or appearing to feel spongey or loose.
  4. Poor acceleration but still having the ability to rev your engine.