STAMPED ANGLE SPRING CLUTCH
No free pedal.
Re-adjust per instructions.
Release mechanism binding.
Check release mechanism and linkage,
Worn clutch facings
Lube if necessary.
Grease, or oil on facings.
Replace facings or complete disc,: if
Weak pressure springs.
Check to assure that proper clutch has
Clutch release bearing dry or damaged.
Lubricate bearings or replace.
Flywheel pilot bearing dry or damaged.
Lubricate bearings, or replace.
Clutch release bearing housing striking
Adjust clutch. Also check wear on cross
shafts, flywheel ring.
bell housing bushings and release yoke
fingers. Replace if necessary.
POOR CLUTCH RELEASE
Clutch adjustment not correct
1. Recheck adjustment per instructions.
Flywheel pilot bearing too tight in flywheel or
2. Free pilot bearing to a light push. If bearing is on
end of drive gear
rough, replace it.
Damaged clutch release bearing
3. Replace bearing. If bearing is grease type,
Clutch release shaft projecting through release
lubricate with recommended lube.
4. Relocate release shaft so that it does not project
Release yoke contacting cover assembly at full
Check bell housing bushings and release yoke
Release yoke not aligned properly with release
5. Replace release yoke with proper yoke.
6. Check flywheel. Probably has been resurfaced
Pressure plate not retracting
more than the .060" recommended.
Driven disc distorted
7. a. Check pressure plate drive straps for .006"
Worn splines on drive gear of transmission
b. Check amount of release travel.
10. Disc facings gummed with oil or grease
c. Lever nose out of groove.
11. Broken intermediate plate
8. Should be straight within .015". Replace if they
cant be straightened.
9. Check drive gear and driven disc hubs for excess
10.Replace facings or entire disc. Cleaning not
recommended. Check for leak causing gumming.
11.Replace entire intermediate plate/driven disc.
assembly. Damage such as this is almost, always
caused by abusive use of clutch.
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