Noisy clutch release bearing, general clutch release bearing with noise is the clutch separation or engagement when there is an abnormal sound. The main causes are divided into the following aspects.
1. wear or jamming of the release bearing.
2. Looseness of the release lever pin and the pin hole due to wear.
3. Loose drive pin and pin hole due to wear.
The clutch release bearing is installed between the clutch and the transmission, and the release bearing seat is loosely set on the tubular extension of the first shaft bearing cover of the transmission. The return spring makes the convex shoulder of the release bearing always resist the release fork and retreat to the last position, maintaining a clearance of about 3~4mm with the end of the release lever (release finger). The release bearing enables the release lever to rotate while moving axially along the clutch output shaft, thus ensuring that the clutch can engage smoothly and disengage gently, reducing wear and extending the service life of the clutch and the entire driveline.
1. The clutch release bearing should move flexibly.
2. No sharp rattling sound.
3. No stalling phenomenon.
The clutch release bearing is installed between the clutch and the transmission, the release bearing seat is loosely set on the tubular extension of the first shaft bearing cover of the transmission, the return spring makes the shoulder of the release bearing always against the separation fork and back to the final position, and the separation lever end (separation finger) to maintain a clearance of about 3~4mm.
1. When the clutch release bearing works, the force of the clutch pedal is transmitted to the clutch release bearing. The clutch bearing moves to the center of the clutch pressure plate so that the pressure plate is pushed away from the clutch plate, separating the clutch plate from the flywheel.
2. When the clutch pedal is released, the spring pressure inside the pressure plate pushes the pressure plate forward and presses it toward the clutch plate, so that the clutch plate and the clutch bearing are separated, and a working cycle is completed.
1.Overheating due to high operating temperature.
2. Wear due to lack of grease.
3. Free travel is too small or too many times under load.
4. Whether the separation lever is adjusted flat, whether the separation fork is deformed, and whether the separation bearing return spring is good also have a great influence on the damage of the separation bearing.
1. Operate according to the regulations
2. Regular maintenance
3. Minimize the number of engagement and disengagement to reduce the impact load
4. Step lightly and easily so that it engages and disengages smoothly