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    Failure on disc

    1.1 Cushion plate broken



    Cause
    • The disc has been distorted when refitting the gear box on the engine.
    • The engine and the gear box are misaligned.
    • The pilot bearing is damaged.
    • Aggressive driving.
    Suggestion
    • Replace the clutch kit.
    • Realign the engine and the gearbox.
    • Replace the pilot bearing.
    Solution
    • Be careful in selecting the gears and do not over run the clutch.


    1.2 Clutch disc plate broken



    Cause
    • Defective clutch installed or wrong direction for installation.
    Suggestion
    • Make sure that the correct kit is used on the application.

    1.3 Clutch lining damaged




    Cause
    • Excessive slippage due to aggressive driving or overloading.
    • The clutch operating system is badly adjusted or defective.
    Solution
    • Replace the clutch kit.
    • Replace or machine evenly the flywheel.

    1.4 Damper spring break away



    Cause
    • Wrong clutch cover size used.
    • Excessive release travel.
    • The clutch disc is installed on the wrong side.
    Suggestion
    • Replace the flywheel.
    • Adjust the clutch operating system, (pedal height, self adjusting system, clutch linkage...)
    • Install the clutch disc properly.
    Solution
    • Make sure that the correct kit is used on the application.

    1.5 Deformation of the clutch disc



    Cause
    • Deformed during delivery or handling.
    • Deformed during installation,(weight of the gear box, dropped)
    • Deformation due to overheating during slippage.
    Suggestion
    • Handle with care.
    • Do not place the clutch disc under a weight.

    1.6 Clutch facing completely worn



    Cause
    • Use over product lifetime.
    • Prolonged clutch slippage due to a malfunction or extremely severe use.
      Disc not changed during a previous flywheel I cover replacement.

    1.7 Clutch lining contaminated with oil or grease




    Cause
    • Excessive greasing of the spline hub when installed.
    • Oil leakage from engine or gear box.
    Suggestion
    • Replace the clutch disc.
    • Locate and repair all sources of contamination.
    Solution
    • Apply the correct amount of grease on the clutch disc splines and the input shaft.

    1.8 Over torque



    Cause
    • Excessive engine brake operation.
    • Incorrect disc for the application.
    • Aggressive starting operation.
    • The clutch operating system is badly adjusted or defective, (clutch pedal).
    Suggestion
    • Replace the clutch disc.

    1.9 Noise when in neutral



    Cause
    • Lack of care during installation, splines have been damaged by the gear box main shaft.
    Suggestion
    • Replace the main shaft.
    • Replace the clutch disc.
    Solution
    • Make sure that the splines properly match up.
    • Lubricate with a proper quantity of grease.
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