Clutch Disk

Function

The clutch disk, which is placed between the engine and the transmission, controls the power transferred from the engine to the transmission. Since a clutch utilizes friction, it is inevitable for clutch facing (friction material) to be worn and damage as the travel distance increases.

If the clutch disk is worn, the vehicle cant be started and driven smoothly. It also becomes difficult to change gears. Because of this problem, the vehicle could consume more fuel, and in the worst-case scenario, it may break down.

 

  • Guideline for periodic inspection (whichever is earlier) .
  • Every time the vehicle covers a distance of15,000km or1 year.
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