The clutch slip can be seen from these aspects. Fir […]
The clutch slip can be seen from these aspects. First, when the car starts, the clutch pedal is lifted very high, and it cannot start. When the pedal is fully lifted, it can barely start.
Second, when the car accelerates, the speed of the car cannot be increased with the increase of the engine speed, which makes the car weak, especially when going uphill.
The most probable reason for these two phenomena is that the pedal has no free travel so the release lever is always pressed on the release bearing, and the clutch is in a semi-disengaged state. In addition, the connecting bolts between the clutch cover and the flywheel are loose, the friction plates are worn and thin, and the compression spring is too soft. The last possibility is that the friction pads are oily, hardened, and the rivets are exposed.
So you can choose to do this before and during your daily driving to reduce damage.
First, check the free stroke of the pedal, which should be 30-40mm. If it does not meet the requirements, it should be adjusted.
If the free travel is normal, remove the bottom cover of the clutch housing, check whether the fastening bolts between the clutch cover and the flywheel are loose, if they are loose, they should be tightened. Tighten again.
The second is to check the friction plate. If there is oil pollution, it should be removed and cleaned with gasoline, and dried. Then check the source of the oil pollution and remove it completely. If the friction plate is too worn or most of the rivets are exposed, the friction plate should be replaced. If the friction plate is intact, the clutch should be disassembled and the spring force of the compression spring should be checked. If the spring force of the spring is slightly reduced, a gasket of appropriate thickness can be placed under the spring. If the spring force is too small, it should be replaced.