Adjusting the hydraulic clutch
Hydraulically operated clutches are mostly self-adjusting. But you can also adjust them manually if the pusher on the working cylinder has a thread and a control nut. Here's how to do it:
Stage 1 - check the clutch fluid level. It should be at a normal level.
Stage 2 - creating conditions for working under the machine. You can put the car on a ramp or risers, use a lift or a viewing hole.
Stage 3 - we find the pusher of the working cylinder.
Stage 4 - unhook the spring from the fork with pliers. We squeeze the fork forward as far as possible, measure the distance between it and the pusher rod. We release the plug, take the same measurements. We get the size of the clutch clearance, which we check with the standard. If it does not fit into the range indicated in the technical documentation (usually about 5 mm), we carry out the adjustment.
Stage 5 - remove the spring installed on the bracket of the working cylinder and fork.
Stage 6 - we loosen the fixing nut on the threaded connection of the pusher, twist the adjusting nut in the direction of the working cylinder to increase the size of the gap. Or in the opposite direction - to reduce them.
Step 7 - Tighten the check nut when the gap is normal.
At the end, we carry out a control check of the clutch operation.
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