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Application, Service and Storage Life, Manufacturer's Warranty

The clutch, in operative relation with other mechanisms of the transmission, is designed to transmit the drive torque from the engine to the tractive wheels.

Warranty period - one year from the date of sale, shelf life - no more than five years from the date of manufacture.

In the event that defects are detected within the warranty period, we request you please to return the clutch or replace it with the seller, presenting a check or other proof of purchase. In the absence of the mark of the date of sale, the warranty period is to be calculated from the date of manufacture (refer to the three-digit number stamped on the clutch: the first two digits - week of manufacture, the third digit – last numeral of the year of manufacture).


The warranty shall be void in the event of:

- failure to comply with the regulations for the clutch installation, maintenance and operation specified in the Operating and maintenance manual of the vehicle;

- presence of mechanical damages on the clutch (cracks, chips, etc.).


Completeness of Set

Delivery set: clutch cover assembly complete with the pressure plate, label, packing.


Safety Requirements

Clutch is a motor vehicle powertrain element directly affecting the safety of traffic. Replacing the clutch is a time-consuming operation that requires certain skills, so it must be carried out by qualified personnel. When dismantling and installing units in the process of replacing the clutch it is necessary to observe the guidelines specified in the Operating and maintenance manual of the vehicle.

While in carrying out the installation there shall be used the fasteners removed when dismantling the clutch, however, faulty or damaged fasteners shall be replaced with new ones.

Thread torques of the units provided during the installation of the clutch to the vehicle must comply with the values specified in the Operating and maintenance manual of the vehicle.


General recommendations for replacing the clutch

To maximize the service life of the clutch it is recommended to simultaneously replace all the three components.

Causes determining the need for replacing the clutch:

- sticking of the driven disk hub on the splineways of the clutch shaft;

- breakage of plates coupling the pressure plate with the inclosure;

- breakage of plates coupling the thrust flange with the inclosure;

- pressure plate misalignment due to unbending of the retainers;

- unacceptable wear or gumming up of the friction pads of the driven disk;

- skellering of the driven disk;

- damage to the surface of the pressure plate;

- breakage or loss of elasticity of the disc damper springs;

- breakage of diaphragm compression spring.


Working sequence for replacing the clutch

First remove the gearbox. Remove the clutch release sleeve together with the bearing from the guide bush of the transmission drive gear shaft. Unscrew the bolts that secure the clutch cover to the flywheel, and remove the clutch gear. In doing so, it is prohibited to lift it by the thrust flange of the compression spring. Installation of the clutch is to be carried out in reverse order. While doing so it is necessary to:

- locate the driven disc with the protruding portion of the hub facing the gear box;

- align the driven disc to center with the mandrel (included) imitating the slotted end of the drive shaft of the gearbox and tighten the bolts securing the clutch cover to the flywheel;

- clean the slotted end of the drive shaft of the gearbox and the guide bush with a solvent, lubricate them with a thin layer of grease;

- fit the clutch release sleeve together with the bearing onto the guide bush and fit the gearbox in place.


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