The primary purpose of the clutch is to:
Which of the following clutch components is a driven member?
When the clutch disc turns the input shaft also turns.
Changing the pressure plate ring adjustment (internal adjustment) will affect the amount of clutch brake.
A vehicle owner complains that he has clutch brake but NO free play, which adjustment requires attention?
Which of the following driving procedures will likely result in clutch damage?
Upon a visual inspection, a mechanic finds that the clutch driven discs have several cracks near the center hub. This would be an indication that:
On a 14 inch pot style clutch, misaligned center disc drive lugs will usually result in:
A warped or distorted flywheel will cause:
Ceramic clutch discs engage more aggressively than organic.
A 14 inch clutch uses a ___________ type flywheel:
If a clutch were adjusted so that the clearance between the release bearing and the clutch brake were to be reduced to 3/8, instead of 1/2" of an inch the clutch would:
When checking flywheel run out of a vehicle normally equipped with a pull type clutch, before taking each indicator reading, you must:
Anti-rattle springs are used to:
To increase the amount of free pedal in a clutch assembly with a non synchromesh transmission, incorporating a clutch brake, a technician should:
The purpose of the torsional springs in a clutch disc is to:
The correct amount of clutch brake action would be indicated by the clutch pedal being ___________inch(es) off the floor when the clutch brake starts contacting.
The correct amount of free pedal remaining with a properly adjusted clutch would be approximately __________ inches:
If a clutch is adjusted leaving excessive free play, this may result in:
If there is insufficient pedal free play when a clutch is readjusted, this may result in:
Insufficient pedal free play on a pull type clutch may also result in:
Insufficient clutch brake adjustment or a faulty clutch brake would result in:
An operator complains that he is having difficulty when shifting into gear when stopped and in shifting gears on the highway. The vehicle seems to want to creep ahead when the unit is in gear with the engine running and the clutch depressed. What may be the problem?
The pilot bearing should be changed whenever the clutch is replaced.
When installing a new clutch, an input shaft-like tool is used to:
On a twin-disc, pull-type clutch, when releasing or disengaging the clutch, the throw-out bearing moves toward the:
A damaged pilot bearing may cause a rattling or growling noise when:
Clutch slippage may be caused by:
When measuring flywheel bell housing runout, what should the technician do first?
Signs of flywheel housing to transmission mating surface wear are:
A vehicle equipped with a hydraulically actuated clutch, the driver complains that with the clutch pedal pressed all the way to the floor, the transmission will not disengage and always feels the engine trying to transmit power, and that he has to repeatedly shutdown and restart the vehicle in gear. The technician has checked the fluid in the clutch master cylinder reservoir and found it to be above the minimum mark and has no signs of leakage. The LEAST likely cause would be:
On a vehicle with a hydraulic clutch, the following components are all in the system EXCEPT:
When inspecting the flywheel for wear, which is the LEAST likely to be included in that inspection?
When changing a flywheel ring gear, the steps that should be taken are:
To make transmission input shaft installation easy and to avoid any possible damage to clutch plates, you should use:
When removing the cover bolts from the flywheel of a pull type clutch, you should first:
When there is no clutch pedal free travel, the result may be:
The clutch that operates in a manner similar to a rear axle brake system is the:
To reduce torsional vibrations, some clutches will use:
If the clutch brake clearance adjustment is properly set, this should result in a clearance from the pedal to the firewall of approximately:
If the clutch brake clearance adjustment is properly set this should result in a clearance from the pedal to the firewall of approximately:
On a hydraulically actuated push clutch system, if the clutch linkage to the master cylinder is adjusted too long, what may be the result?
A bearing noise is heard only when the engine is running, transmission is in gear and the clutch pedal is depressed. What might be the problem?
As the plate(s) of a pull-type clutch wear:
When the face of a pot type pressure plate is resurfaced, what else needs resurfacing?
Share your Results: