Troubleshooting Problem Symptoms Table

Use the table below to help you lind the cause of the problem. The numbers indicate the priority of the likely cause of the problem. Check each part in order. If necessary, repiace these parts.

Symptom

Suspect Area

See pago

1. Engine mounting ¡loosen)

2. Clutch disc (Runout is excessive)

CL-14

3. Clutch disc (Oily)

CL-14

clutch grabs/chatters

4. Clulch disc (Worn out)

CL-14

5. Cfulch disc torsion rubber (Damaged)

CL-14

6. Clutch disc (Glazed)

Cl-14

7. Diaphragm Spring (Out of tip alignment)

CL-14

1. Clulch line (Air in line)

_

Clutch pedal spongy

2. Master cylinder cup (Damaged)

CL-4

3. Release cylinder cup (Damaged)

CI -9

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). Release bearing (Worn, duly, or damaged)

CL-14

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Z. Cfulch disc torsion rubber (Damaged)

CL-14

i. Clutch pedal (Free ptay out of adjustment)

CI.-2

2. Clutch disc (Oily)

CL-14

Clulch slips

3, Clutch disc (Worn out)

CL-14

4, Diaphragm spring (Damaged)

CL-14

5. Pressure plate (Distortion)

CL-14

6, Flywheel (Distortion)

-

1. Clulch peda! (Free play out of adjustment)

CL-2

2. Clulch line (Air in line)

3. Master cylinder cup (Damaged)

CI—t

4. Release cylinder cup (Damaged)

CL-9

5, Clutch disc (out of true)

CL-1 <1

6. Cfulch disc (Runout is excessive)

CL-14

Clutch does not disengage

7 Clutch disc {lining broken)

CL-14

8, Clutch disc (Dirty or burned)

CL-14

9. Ctutch disc (Oily)

CL-14

10-Clutch disc (Lade of spline grease)

CL-14

11. Diaphragm spring (Damaged)

CL-14

! 2,Diaphragm spring (Out of tip alignment)

CL-14

13.Pressure plate (distortion)

CL-14

Push Rod Play and Free Play Adjust Point

Push Rod Play and Free Play Adjust Point

Pedal Height Adjust Point

Push Rod Play

Pedal Height Adjust Point

Push Rod Play

Doms

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Pedal Free Play

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