declutch


Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Words related to declutch

disengage the clutch of a car

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Adjustable Declutch allows the operator to not only set the declutch, but to adjust the engagement point.
One wear-resistant version is used in declutch tubes for an IV-therapy syringe, replacing five metal components.
Dip the clutch (nice and oily-smooth, just like it is in the standard car), snick the lever into first, declutch, gas it a little and we trundle away from the staging area.
In addition, an actuator and gearbox declutch mechanism completes the provision of total valve control under all operating conditions, in combination with an ROV (Remotely Operated underwater Vehicle) interface.
The single-speed models are three-shaft, constant-mesh designs featuring a declutch mechanism for front axle disengagement.
The Spicer VDT 12000 transmissions offers varied options and features such as a parking brake, different flange capability, modulation, inching, and declutch capabilities.
Head off loading problems by never using damaged ammo trays and correctly stowing the declutch wedge like the IETM says.
The new TC-237 transfer case is a two-speed, three-shaft, constant mesh design featuring tapered roller bearings, a splash lubrication system and a declutch mechanism for front axle and under-drive engagement.
The clutch packs clutch and declutch depending on steering handle position, thereby varying the power transmitted to the particular track.
It was an absolute monster to drive and you had to double declutch it every time you wanted to change gear.
The TC-1702 is a two-speed, two-shaft constant mesh design that features a declutch mechanism for front axle and underdrive engagement.