6-22. CLUTCH ASSEMBLY REPAIR. (Continued)
a. Check drive straps for looseness at the clutch
cover and evidence of looseness at pressure
plate bolt holes.
Specification P-D-680, is both toxic
Keep off skin.
Use only in a well ventilated area
and avoid prolonged breathing of
Keep away from open
Ball spring (10) on fork (8) may be
The release bearing (4) is
bent in toward fork if necessary.
permanently packed with lubricant
and should not be soaked in
Inspect clutch fork ball socket and fingers for
cleaning solvent as this will
wear and ball retaining spring (10) for damage.
dissolve the lubricant.
Spring should hold fork tightly to ball stud (9).
b. Wash all parts, except driven disk and release
bearing, in cleaning solvent.
h. Inspect ball stud (9) for wear. Replace if scored.
i. Check run out of transmission pilot hole in clutch
c. Inspect pressure plate (5) and flywheel housing
housing by removing a flywheel bolt and
(6) for scores on the contact surfaces. Use a
installing a dial indicator.
straight edge and check for flatness of contact
j. Lubricate ball stud (9) with lubricant (Appendix D,
Item 23) before reassembly.
d. Check release bearing (4) for roughness and
k. Lubricate bearing I.D. and groove with lubricant
freedom of movement on the sleeve of the
(Appendix D, Item 23) before reassembly.
transmission clutch gear bearing retainer.
Replace retainer if rough.
e. Inspect clutch disc (7) for worn, loose or oil
soaked facings, broken springs, loose rivets,
etc. Replace if necessary.
f. Examine splines in hub and make sure they slide
freely on splines of transmission clutch shaft. If
splines are worn, the clutch disc or clutch gear