The clutch release bearing is mounted between the clutch and the transmission. The release bearing seat loosely fits over the tubular extension of the first bearing cover of the transmission. The shoulder of the release bearing is always held against the release fork by the return spring and is retracted to the final position. , Maintain a clearance of about 3 to 4 mm with the end of the separation lever (separation finger).
Since the clutch pressure plate, the release lever and the engine crankshaft operate synchronously, and the release fork can only move axially along the clutch output shaft, it is obviously not possible to directly use the release fork to disengage the release lever. By separating the bearing, the release lever can be rotated along one side of the shaft. The clutch output shaft moves axially to ensure smooth clutch engagement, gentle separation, reduced wear, and extended clutch and overall driveline service life.
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