Clutch Trouble Diagnosis- Clutch Rattles

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The following information is provided to assist you in recognition of the problem based on your clutch performance symptoms, correct diagnostics eliminates solving problem(s) that you may or may not have:

Clutch Rattles:

1. Broken, loose or weak anti-rattle springs, tension springs pull-back springs, collar springs

2. Excessive clearance between pressure plate lugs and cover

3. Loose or worn flywheel dowel or driving pins

4. Worn drive lugs, pins or posts on pressure plate

5. Broken or loose clutch plate hub

6. Worn clutch plate spline's

7. Worn main drive gear spline's

8. Excessive backlash in transmission

9. Loose or worn universal joints

10. Dry or worn pilot bearing

11. Dry or worn throwout bearing

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