The clutch slips.
Resistant clutch pedal. It gets stuck when actuating the pedal.
Rattling noise when pressing the clutch pedal.
The following symptom is detected in the workshop:
- When checking through the clutch fork inlet hole in the gearbox bell-housing on the right wall, we can see burr which blocks its travel.
NOTE: This informative bulletin only affects those vehicles equipped with a manual gearbox (BE4R).
NOTE: This informative bulletin only affects those vehicles that are within a specific VIN (vehicle identification number) range.
Burr in the orifice of the clutch fork travel impedes its travel.
- Check the clutch fork travel to see at which point it reaches its stop.
- Remove the gearbox.
- Remove the burrs that have appeared in the hole of the clutch fork travel.
- Replace the clutch with a new one.
- Install the gearbox.
NOTE: The replacement of the components described in this bulletin has to be performed provided that there is no other explanation that can solve the incidence.
See image 1:
A - Location of the burr in the clutch casing through the clutch fork inlet hole.