What Happens If The Clutch Release Bearing Is Broken


    The neutral sound is normal, there is a rustling so […]

    The neutral sound is normal, there is a rustling sound when stepping on the clutch, and there is a slight sound similar to metal friction when driving with gears. It does not affect normal driving, but there is a sound.

    If the clutch release bearing fails, the user should lightly step on the clutch pedal after starting the engine. When the free travel just disappears, there will be a rustling or squeaking sound. Continue to step on the clutch pedal. If the sound disappears, it is not a problem with the release bearing. If there is still The sound is the sound of the release bearing.

    When checking, you can remove the bottom cover of the clutch, and then step on the accelerator pedal a little to increase the engine speed slightly. If the sound increases, you can observe whether there are sparks. If there are sparks, it means that the clutch release bearing is damaged. If the sparks burst out one by one, it means that the release-bearing ball is broken. If there is no spark, but there is a sound of metal breaking, it means excessive wear.

    According to the operating regulations, avoid the half-engaged and half-disengaged state of the clutch, and reduce the number of times the clutch is used. Furthermore, pay attention to maintenance, regularly or during annual inspection and maintenance, soak the butter by steaming it to make it fully lubricated. Pay attention to leveling the clutch release lever to ensure that the elastic force of the return spring meets the regulations. Adjust the free stroke to meet the requirements (30-40mm) to prevent the free stroke from being too large or too small. Minimize the number of joints and disengagements, and reduce the impact load.

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