Dismantling and assembly notes

Note

Following the change of the inner discs from Gylon to Valeo, stacking, adjustment and wear limit specifications of the disc pack have been modified (also refer to page D 39/45-23).

Former Gylon disc

288-39

1. Determine thickness of disc pack.

Pack thickness (new) = 37.9 ±0.1 mm Wear limit = 36.5 mm

Measure entire disc pack with cup spring (but without thrust ring).

Former Gylon disc

288-39

New Valeo disc

1311-39

Example

Measurement Special Tool height* Pack thickness

* Engraved on tool

117.90 mm 81.50 mm 36.40 mm

New Valeo disc

1311-39

Note

If the wear limit has been reached, all inner discs must be replaced and the disc pack must be packed with the outer discs towards the cup spring to give a pack thickness of 37.9 ±0.1 mm.

A maximum of two outer discs may be fitted at the cup spring. The outer disc in contact with the cup spring must have a minimum thickness of 1.5 mm.

2. Coat discs with transmission oil before fitting them.

3. Oil bores in carrier plate of inner discs must line up exactly.

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