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Complete clutch repair involves diagnosing the cause of the damage, fixing the problem and examining and replacing all worn and damaged components. "As-new" performance cannot be expected in all cases when only LuK RepSet components are installed.
Outside the Bell Housing
Clutch component service life is not infinite and each must function properly to ensure the full service life of the clutch and disc. Problems with these components will often sound and feel like a clutch problem, when in fact, the clutch is fine. Before removing the bell housing, check and replace worn or damaged clutch system components; it's inexpensive insurance against comebacks. Always examine and replace these parts if worn or damaged:
Clutch wear and free-play adjustment
As disc friction material wears, the pressure plate moves closer to the flywheel, and the diaphragm spring fingers pivot outward toward the transmission. This causes a gradual decrease in the distance between the release bearing and the diaphragm fingers. Due to this normal wear in the clutch system, release systems that provide for external free-play adjustment must be checked periodically.
Cable Release Systems