Jan 312018
 
  1. Connect the Examiner diagnostics tool .
  2. Start the car and put the gear to idle.
  3. With the engine running at minimum, read the value of the clutch disk speed parameter
  4. If the clutch disk speed is over zero there is a clutch drag condition
  5. Calibrate the clutch parameters in active diagnostics through “enable clutch self calibration “.
  6. Repeat from step 2 to step 4. If the fault no longer occurs: continue from step 7.
  7. If there is no clutch drag, warm the engine and the clutch by a series of take-offs (with the accelerator pressed down over half of its stroke)
  8. Repeat steps 1 to 4
  9. If the situation of step 4 occurs, there is a clutch drag condition and therefore the clutch mechanism needs to be replaced; otherwise there is no clutch drag.

NOTE: Clutch drag often occurs with a hot engine

 Posted by at 7:14 pm
Jan 312018
 
  1. Set the ignition key to MAR.
  2. Connect the Examiner diagnostics tool and select the display of the input states (ON/OFF) for the auto button.
  3. Press and release the automatic operation selection button at the base of the gear lever (this check is to be made with the engine running).
  4. Check on Examiner that the status has changed.
  5. Start the engine and check that when the button is pressed “CITY” is seen on the display.
  6. If the status does not change (step 4) and/or “CITY” is not displayed (step 5.), check the button and the wiring.
 Posted by at 7:11 pm
Jan 312018
 
  1. Set the ignition key to MAR.
Connect the Examiner diagnostics tool and select the input status display (ON/OFF) regarding the switch on the brake pedal.
  2. Press the brake pedal and check that the displayed value changes (from released to pressed and vice-versa).
  3. If this status change does not take place check the brake pedal switch, its fastening, its position and its wiring.
 Posted by at 7:08 pm
Jan 312018
 
  1. Set the ignition key to MAR.
  2. Connect the Examiner diagnostics tool.
  3. Check that the clutch position is between 28 and 28,5 mm; if it is not, continue with the next step.
  4. Loosen the lock nut (1c in Fig.9) and adjust the stop pin (1a) so that the clutch position value read on Examiner is between 28 and 28.5 mm.
  5. Tighten the lock nut to a torque of 0.6 ± 0.05 daNm and measure again
 Posted by at 7:07 pm