What does 80,000 miles mean to your Diesel Clutch?
As much as this is good news to Diesel vehicle drivers and truck owners, your clutch’s lifespan still weighs heavily on how committed you are to maintaining your vehicle and giving it the attention it needs.
At 30,000 miles, your clutch may start experiencing wear and tear as a result of exposure to the elements. A way to manage this is early identification of any faults the clutch may have. After identifying the faults, the next step should be to go to Phoenix Diesel and Repairs for an accurate diagnosis.
Diesel clutch signs and problem indicators
There are some to look out for as they indicate a fault in the clutch. It is very important to take note of these signs.
Hydraulic line leakage:
When engaging your clutch proves difficult or is poor, it is an indication that there is a hydraulic line leak.
Incorrect adjustment of linkage:
If you notice that a deficient amount of force was transferred to the wheel, it just means that an incorrect amount of power was transmitted to the clutch.
Wear of clutch cable:
If a clutch cable wears out, it reduces the proper amount of tension required for it to function efficiently.
Stripped clutch material:
A clutch will not engage if its elements are completely stripped.