Why is Clutch Pump Necessary?
A clutch is a device that allows you to transfer or distribute power between the engine and the transmission system to ensure smooth and gradual travel during gear changes, protecting both the gearbox and the engine itself.
Pumping the clutch
Clutch bleeding is an important task in a car service where a hydraulic system is used.
In a hydraulic system, brake fluid flows in a closed circuit and the presence of air bubbles in it not only implies a change during operation, but can also lead to malfunctions in other parts that are interconnected with it.
The clutch system that requires cleaning may show the following symptoms:
– Pedal stroke change
– Clutch Return Difficulties
– Sensation of inaccuracy when touching the pedal
Consistent maintenance is the key.