Dual Clutch Transmission Problems

 Dual-Clutch transmission problems, This problem is almost always. This is discussed in detail below.

Dual Clutch Transmission Problems
Clutch Plate

Clutch method

 The engine's mechanical power through the clutch unit helps to connect and disconnect the supply line of the gearbox. This is the work of the clutch. That is, the mechanical power of the engine is the job of the clutch to connect and disconnect the gearbox.

Two types of dry-type clutch are used in the case of tractors.

As is happening

1 single clutch.

1 dual-clutch

Single clutch:

 It is commonly used for trolley tractors i.e. HP fewer tractors. In the past some tractors used diaphragms but now the finger method is used. The finger method is better than the diaphragm. It uses three fingers. The head of the middle of the clutch plate should be set facing the pressure plate.


It is commonly used in the case of powerful tractors. That is in the case of more HP tractors. It has two clutch plates, one is the main clutch plate which has four wings for the gearbox and the other is the PTO and clutch plate which is used for cultivation with the help of this clutch plate. It has 6 fingers, 3 are in a slightly sitting position and the other three will be in a high position, i.e. PT and fingers will be in a low position. The fan in the clutch plate is towards the fly lock.

Free play finger height clearance in different places of clutch method

1. Clutch pedal .................. 25-35 mm

2. Single Clutch Finger Clearance (Main) .................. 36-44m: m:

3. Dual Clutch Finger Clearance (PTO) ................. 26-28mm: m:

4. Dual Clutch Finger Clearance (Main) ................. 35-36 mm:

5. Clutch Plate Dia ............... 260mm:

. Release Bearing ................ 8010 / vkc 3527.

How power is supplied to the rear wheels:

Piston connecting rod.


Crankshaft fly


Wheel clutch discs


Pressure plate gear


The input shaft of the box


Input or clutch gear countershaft (le-shaft)


Main shaft (intermediate shaft)


Trail Pinion


Crown wheel or ring bearing


Side gear


Right and left excel


sonalika clutch plate
Single and Dual-clutch plate

Single clutch

1. Clutch plate.
2. Pressure plate.
3. Spring washer.


1. Clutch discs and PTO esbe.
2. Housing cover
3. Drive plate PTO
4. Pressure plate PTO
 5. Fulcrum ring
6. Spring diaphragm
7. Main pressure plate
8. Main dry plate
9. Main rap set
10. PT and rep set
11. Hex Bolt
12. Spring washer
13. Stud.

Dual Clutch Transmission Problems


 Different problems



When the class the pedal is pressed, it makes a sound (when doing class).

1. Lack or damage of clutch release bearings.


The clutch paddle makes a sound.

1. Lack of grease of pilot bearings.

2. The pilot bearing is damaged

3. The clutch disc is loose at the input shaft.


The clutch pedal is stiff.

1. Lack of grease in clutch pedal leakage.

2. Clutch shaft (actuator) clutch pedal to jam.

3. The clutch finger should be kept at the right size.

4. The release lever must be kept high.


Pulsation in clutch paddle cap.

1. Engine and transmission alignment is not right.

2. The face of the flywheel is damaged.

3. Release lever adjustment is not correct.

4. The clutch finger is not right

5. The alignment of the pressure plate assembly is not correct.

6. The clutch and pressure plate facing are damaged.


The gear is not reading after the clutch is fully pressed

1. Free plate of the clutch should be checked.

2. Clutch finger height should be checked.


The clutch plate is decaying quickly

1. The driver is driving with their foot on the clutch pedal.

2. If the clutch free plate is not correct.

3. If the pressure plate spring is weak


Clutch sleeve

1. If the clutch pedal free plate is not correct.

2. If the grease is at the clutch facing.

3. If the spring of the pressure, the plate is damaged or weak.

4. If Singer's height is not correct.

5. If the facing of the clutch plate is damaged

. If the fishing of the flywheel and pressure plate is damaged.

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