Our clutch range consists of components that focus on parts for cars and light commercial vehicles. Our market reputation is for providing a quality range linked to excellent availability and service. These are the concepts on which we continue to develop our range of products.

The Teckmarx range covers over 90% of the UK and European vehicle parc which is maintained with continuous range development.

A totally new clutch programme that contains no re-manufactured product and specifications that match the Original Equipment.

The comprehensive range is at competitive prices and includes 3 year / 30,000 miles 'no quibble' guarantee.

Clutch Friction

  • Service Kit
  • SMF Kits
  • Service Kit

    Clutch kit without the flywheel.
  • SMF Kits

    Conventional Solid Flywheel Replacement Kits for Dual Mass Flywheel Applications.

Clutch Hydraulics

  • CSC Kits
  • CSC
  • CSC Kits

    Clutch Kit including Concentric Slave Cylinder.
  • CSC

    Concentric Slave Cylinders.

Our Range


The Teckmarx range covers over 90% of the UK and European vehicle parts.


A comprehensive range of over 900 part numbers linked to ongoing development.


100% New Clutch – no re-manufactured product.


A 3 year / 30,000 miles ‘no quibble’ guarantee.

Clutch Tips

Clutch failure can be detected using any of the tips set out below.

  • Soft, Spongy Clutch

    Soft, Spongy Clutch

    A soft or “spongy” clutch is an early sign that your clutch is failing. Drive your car around the block and pay close attention to the feel of your clutch and how far you let the clutch out before the gear catches. If you have to let your clutch out most of the way, that is also a sign of a worn clutch.
  • Burning Smell

    Burning Smell

    When your clutch is failing, it is commonly accompanied by a burning smell. The smell comes from the friction of your slipping clutch.
  • Shifting Problems

    Shifting Problems

    If you notice that when you shift, your car does not engage smoothly and shakes, this is a good sign that you’ve got a bad clutch. Shifting problems are most apparent in first gear and reverse.
  • Visible Damage

    Visible Damage

    If you’re mechanically savvy, you can remove the inspection cover at the bottom of the bell housing to see your clutch. If your clutch is going bad, you’ll notice obvious visible damage. If you notice a fine black dust around your clutch, this is normal wear – look for damage to the actual clutch itself.
  • Failing Clutch Test

    Failing Clutch Test

    If you’re still not sure if your clutch is going out, the next time you’re on the highway, rev your engine while in first, then pop directly into fifth. If your engine continues to whine and rev high, the gear has not caught and the clutch is going out. If your car shakes from being in too high a gear and is slow to pick up speed, the clutch is fine. This test works well on hills too.

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