Clutch Judder is a faulty condition of the clutch system that occurs in the clutch of an automobile. When the clutch functions properly, it takes up the drive train smoothly determined by the speed at which an individual releases the pedal. Any oil contamination, uneven wear and tear, or foreign matter on the clutch friction plates can upset the progressive slip, causing the clutch to start absorbing up the vibration generated in the driveline. Clutch judder can also be caused by interaction between the operating clutch link and the movement of the engine on its mounts. It can also happen if the clutch components do not meet the engine flywheel concentrically. This happens many times in automobiles when carrying heavy loads or if the clutch is somewhat depressed for prolonged periods. It may be caused due to worn clutch lining, run out on the clutch disc going excessive and many other reasons.