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This guide is to help you troubleshoot and discover the suspected parts that might have caused these common clutch problems.  The numbers indicate the order of the inspection for possible cause (suspected parts).  If necessary, you should repair or replace these damaged or worn parts.

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Symptoms:

Grabs and Chatters:

  1. Engine mounting loose
  2. Clutch disc runout may be excessive
  3. Clutch disc may be oily
  4. Clutch disc may be worn out
  5. Clutch disc may be hardened
  6. Diaphragm spring may be out of tip alignment

Pedal Spongy:

  1. Air may be in the clutch line
  2. Master cylinder piston cup may be damaged, needs to be replaced or repaired
  3. Slave cylinder piston cup may be damaged, replace or repair if necessary

Noisy:

  1. Release bearing may be worn, dirty or damaged

Slipping:

  1. Inspect and adjust the clutch pedal
  2. Clutch disc may be oily
  3. Clutch disc may be worn out
  4. Diagram spring may be damaged
  5. Pressure plate may be distorted
  6. Flywheel may be distorted

Does Not Disengage:

  1. Inspect and adjust the clutch pedal
  2. Air may be in the clutch line
  3. Master cylinder piston cup may be damaged, needs to be replaced or repaired
  4. Slave cylinder piston cup may be damaged, replace or repair if necessary
  5. Clutch disc runout may be excessive
  6. Clutch disc may be oily
  7. Clutch disc lining may be broken
  8. Clutch disc runout may be excessive
  9. Clutch disc may be dirty or burned
  10. Clutch disc may lack of spline grease
  11. Diagram spring may be damaged
  12. Diaphragm spring may be out of tip alignment
  13. Pressure plate may be distorted

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