The release bearing for clutch is a relative important part of the car. It's quite troublesome if it breaks down on account of the poor maintenance, which will not only cause economic losses, but also takes a lot of man-hours to disassemble and assemble once again. Therefore, to figure out the cause of the release bearing for clutch failure and to maintain it reasonably during use are of great significance to prolong the life of the release bearing, improve labor productivity, and obtain better economic benefits.
Directly using the release fork to dial the release lever doesn't work due to the working principles of different parts. The release fork can only move axially along the output shaft of the clutch, while the clutch pressure plate, the release lever and the engine crankshaft operate synchronously. Fortunately, the automobile clutch bearing can reconcile, through which the release lever can be rotated and can move axially along the output shaft of the clutch. To some extent, it makes contribution to extend the service life of the clutch and the entire transmission system by ensuring that the clutch can engage smoothly and disengage softly to reduce wear.
The release bearing for clutch, is installed between the clutch and the transmission to play the role of smoothing connection to the clutch. Its working principle is to use the return spring to keep the shoulder of the release bearing on the main release fork, and at the same time, it can be retracted to the final position, which is about 3-4mm away from the end.
Relatively speaking, the release bearing for clutch is an important part of the car. The clutch pressure plate, the release lever and the engine crankshaft operate synchronously, so its release fork can only move axially along the clutch output shaft. In a way, it has a bad impact on the clutch. However, the release bearing for clutch can be installed to make the clutch work smoother, which can reduce wear and extend the service life of the clutch.
Generally, there are three reasons for the failure of the release bearing for clutch. One is that the working temperature is too high. In that case, the release bearing for clutch is overheated; another is the lack of lubricating oil which leads to the wear; the other is that the free stroke is too small or the number of loads is too much.
Pay attention to maintenance during daily use, and perform regular maintenance such as steaming and boiling to soak the butter to keep it full of lubricant. And be well-noted to lightly step on to make sure the clutch pedal to be smoothly engaged and disengaged.