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VOLVO truck Clutch 430mm 3191766, 8172802

VOLVO truck Clutch 430mm 3191766, 8172802

Diameter: 430mm

OE No.: 3191766, 8172802

Application: Volvo truck

Potential Causes of Clutch Failure:

  • Wear and Tear:

The friction material on the clutch  can wear down over time, especially with aggressive driving habits.

  • Contamination:

Oil or other fluids leaking onto the clutch can cause it to slip.

 

PRODUCT DETAILS

Diameter: 430mm

OE No.: 3191766, 8172802

Application: Volvo truck

 

 

 

 

 

Symptoms of  Volvo Clutch Failure:

Clutch failures or malfunctions can lead to various symptoms and problems in a vehicle’s performance.

1.Slipping Clutch:

When the engine revs, but there’s a delay in acceleration or a lack of corresponding speed increase, it might indicate the clutch is slipping. This can be due to worn-out friction material on the clutch.

2.Difficulty in Shifting:

If it becomes hard to engage or disengage gears, especially when the vehicle is stationary, it can be a sign of clutch issues.

 

3.Unusual Noises:

Grinding or squealing sounds when the clutch is engaged or disengaged can be indicative of a clutch problem.

 

4.Vibrations:

Feeling vibrations in the clutch pedal when it’s pressed can suggest issues like a damaged clutch or contamination (oil or debris) on the clutch.

 

5.Burning Smell:

Overheating due to excessive slipping can produce a distinct burning smell, which suggests the clutch is wearing out rapidly.

Potential Causes of Clutch Failure:

  • Wear and Tear:

The friction material on the clutch  can wear down over time, especially with aggressive driving habits.

 

  • Contamination:

Oil or other fluids leaking onto the clutch can cause it to slip.

 

  • Faulty Pressure Plate:

The pressure plate applies force to the clutch to engage it with the flywheel. If it’s damaged or malfunctioning, it can affect the clutch’s performance.

 

  • Misalignment:

If the clutch assembly isn’t aligned correctly, it can cause premature wear and other issues.

 

  •  Driver Habits:

“Riding” the clutch (keeping the clutch pedal partially pressed) or frequent aggressive driving can cause premature wear and damage.

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