Warranty Guidelines

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Clutch Facing Fully Burnt

  • Cause – Driver foot riding on Clutch pedal.
  • Starting the vehicle in 2nd or higher gear.
Facing worn out up to rivet head            

  • The life of clutch is over.
Repaired clutch disc

  • One rivet head is on the flywheel side and the other on the pressure plate side. This is not as per manufacturers specifications.
Rubbing Mark on Hub

  • Release bearing sleeve in contact with the hub since clutch adjusted late or incorrectly.
Uneven contact of clutch disc

  • It is a normal phenomena that outer area – green of clutch disc will wear more than inner area – red.
Clutch disc bent

  • Mishandling of disc while removing from the vehicle.
Damage/rubbing mark on end of release bearing sleeve

  • Clutch adjusted incorrectly. This allows the release bearing assembly to make contact with the hub.
Damaged wear pads

  • Mishandling of disc while removing from the vehicle.
Sleeve bushing dislodged

  • Clutch adjusted later or incorrectly.
Damaged wear pads

  • Mis-handling of the product.
Retractor spring broken

  • Improper tightening of eye-bolt and adjusting nut while repairing.
Retractor spring broken

  • Pressure spring missing while repairing or clutch has been opened from vehicle without putting hold down bolts forcing retractor spring to come in between lever and spider.
Worn pressure plate

  • Induced clutch slip. Driver foot riding on clutch pedal.
  • Starting vehicle in 2nd or higher gear.
  • Heat damage to all mating surfaces.
  • Incorrect clutch / cylinder setting.
Worn Collector ring

  • Driver foot riding on clutch pedal.
  • Clutch actuation system not set up correctly.
  • Release bearing operating under constant load.
Thermal cracks on pressure plate

  • In normal clutch operation hot spot will appear.
  • Continuous partial engagement results in slippage causing excessive heat which is abuse.
Checks to be done

  • Check for smooth engagement and smooth return of clutch pedal (Ensure the presence of pedal return spring, ensure that pedal linkages and bushes are greased).
  • Check pedal free play (Should be 5 to 10 mm. If not adjust pedal linkages to get required play).
  • Check full travel of the pedal to the bottom of the floor (There should not be any obstructions).
  • Start engine and check at what point of pedal travel the clutch is released and engaged (Clutch engagement & dis engagement should take place between ½ to 2/3rd of pedal travel.
  • Check for the movement of master and slave cylinder (Movement should not be sticky).
  • Check is bleeding of hydraulic cylinders is done (Bleed the system of pedal is spongy).
  • Check for the stroke of slave cylinder by depressing clutch pedal fully (Should be min 18 mm at the slave cylinder rod which can be checked with a scale).
  • Make sure that the clutch setting has been done at prescribed kms (gap between gearbox cover and release bearing assembly should be 19 ~ 22 mm. Adjust to 19.5 mm and check after every 9000 kms).
Ok clutch disc


  • Loose rotating damper springs.
  • Glazed bluish colored lining surface.
  • Uneven contact.
  • Hairline crack between ceramic button.

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