The clutch is the device that connects the car engine and transmission, and the clutch pedal is the operating device of the clutch. When the electromagnetic clutch pedal is depressed or lifted, the engine and the transmission are temporarily separated or smoothly combined to cut off or transmit power, and to achieve changes in sports conditions such as starting, shifting, and stopping the car. Sometimes due to irregular operation, various problems may occur in the clutch, so how is the normal operation mode? When operating the clutch pedal, use the front foot of the left foot to step the pedal down. Use the knee joint and the flexion and extension of the joint to step down or lift the clutch pedal. Do not step on the clutch pedal with your toes, soles or heels to prevent pedaling force Insufficient or slipped off the pedal. Step down the clutch pedal to move quickly, and all the way to the end, so that the clutch can be completely disengaged, when lifting the clutch pedal. It should be determined according to the operating situation. Generally, when the driving gear is changed to neutral, the clutch pedal can be quickly raised. When the car starts or shifts, the free stroke before the destage is not engaged can be slightly faster.When the clutch starts to engage Then you should stop slightly-lower, and then slowly raise the clutch pedal. After the clutch is fully engaged, you should quickly remove your feet from the pedal. When the clutch is not used while the car is running, it is forbidden to put the pedal on the clutch pedal, so as to avoid the semi-linked phenomenon of the clutch, which will affect the transmission torque and increase the wear of the parts. The car is used for a short time when passing through muddy, snowy and other special roads. It must not be used for a long time or frequently, otherwise it will burn the clutch and other parts. Do not change the gear of the car without stepping on the clutch. When the car is parked, step on the electromagnetic clutch pedal, adjust the gearshift lever to the neutral position, and then step on the brake pedal to stop the car. Under special circumstances, when using emergency braking to stop, you can directly step on the brake pedal to stop the car quickly.