(l) Although the machine is still working, the oil in the transmission has deteriorated, with reduced viscosity and metal impurities, and should therefore be analyzed more frequently before the recommended oil change interval.Because clutch wear is a sign of widening transmission failure, metal impurities that get into gear pairs or get stuck out of alignment can grind up other components in the transmission if it is not stopped.
(2) the decline in shift performance is a sign of clutch damage.When the clutch begins to slip, even if the smooth acceleration, the machine will rush forward, should stop maintenance at this time.The valve
(3) the clutch operating oil level drops, when the machine must be accelerated to make the clutch engaged, it shows that the clutch has appeared excessive wear or sealing failure phenomenon.Therefore, measuring the oil pressure of the transmission and observing whether the oil temperature rises can determine the clutch wear.
At the same time, the oil should also be analyzed. The presence of iron or chromium particles in the oil indicates that the gear pair has begun to wear.
To sum up, if the replacement of seals and friction plates before clutch failure, the maintenance cost will be 30% lower than after clutch failure.Similarly, the cost of servicing a planetary or gear pair before it has failed is two-thirds lower than that of repairing a completely damaged transmission.