4449752 Hydraulic Release Bearing For Nissan Primastar

4449752 Hydraulic Release Bearing For Nissan Primastar

The clutch release bearing is mounted between the transmissions of the clutch, and the split bearing seat is loosely sleeved on the tubular extension of the first shaft bearing cover of the transmission, and the shoulder of the release bearing is always pressed against the separation fork by the...

The clutch release bearing is mounted between the transmissions of the clutch, and the split bearing seat is loosely sleeved on the tubular extension of the first shaft bearing cover of the transmission, and the shoulder of the release bearing is always pressed against the separation fork by the return spring, and is retracted to the final position. , maintain a clearance of about 2.5mm with the separation lever. Since the clutch pressure plate and the separating lever are synchronously operated with the engine crankshaft, and the separating fork can only move axially along the clutch output shaft, it is obviously impossible to directly use the separating fork to dial the separating lever. By separating the bearing, the separating lever can be rotated while rotating along the clutch. The output shaft moves axially, ensuring smooth engagement of the clutch, soft separation, reduced wear and extended clutch and overall drive train life.


If the clutch release bearing does not meet the above requirements, it is considered a malfunction. After a fault occurs, first determine which phenomenon is the separation bearing damage. After the engine is started, gently press the clutch pedal. When the free travel is just eliminated, continue to step on the clutch pedal. If the sound disappears, it is not a problem of separating the bearings. If there is still a sound, the separation bearing will sound. When checking, the clutch bottom cover can be removed and a few accelerator pedals can be pressed to slightly increase the engine speed. If the sound is louder, observe the presence or absence of Mars. If there is Mars, the clutch release bearing is damaged. If Mars is in a single strand, it means that the separation bearing balls are broken. If there is no Mars, but the metal breaks, it means excessive wear.



OE NO.:

NISSAN 3057000Q0C, 3057000Q0F, 3057000Q0J, 3057000Q0K, 3057000Q0L, 3057000Q1C, 3057000Q1D, 3057000Q1G, 3057000Q1H, 3057000Q1J, 3057000Q1K, 3057000QAB, 3057000QAD, 306202443R

OPEL 4415505, 4416385, 4417575, 4421631, 4423228, 4430680, 4432435, 4432835, 4435231, 4449752, 4452962, 4452963, 93161435, 93181379, 931875200, 93190871, 93196118, 93196119, 93198488, 93198663, 93198874, 93198875, 95507609, 95518050, 99390418

RENAULT 8200157765, 8200420721, 8200629060, 8200654808, 8200785483, 8200846744, 8200902784, 8201290863, 8201290864

RENAULT TRUCKS 8200157765, 8200420721, 8200629060, 8200654808, 8200785483, 8200846744, 8200902784, 8201290863, 8201290864

VAUXHALL 93161983, 93187200, 93196118, 93813379


APPLICATION:

NISSAN INTERSTAR

NISSAN PRIMASTAR Box

OPEL MOVANO

OPEL VIVARO

RENAULT ESPACE

RENAULT GRAND

RENAULT MASTER

RENAULT MEGANE

RENAULT TRAFIC

VAUXHALL MOVANO


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