Now automatic transmission vehicles are more popular, and few people have heard of clutch master cylinders. If you have 15 years of driving experience and have driven a domestic car with manual transmission in the early days, then you should be familiar with clutch master cylinders. After all, we all personally It was repaired and paid a lot of money for it. There was a car owner who drove a certain automobile made in China and replaced the master cylinder 4 times in 3 years. Although the money was not much, it took three days. Going to the 4S shop at both ends will definitely make the car owner worry!
The clutch master cylinder is very important for manual transmission vehicles. Without this component, the clutch of the vehicle will be directly useless. The clutch master cylinder is directly connected to the clutch pedal and acts on the clutch booster through the oil pipe. The clutch master cylinder can collect the travel information of the owner's clutch pedal. When the height is increased, the clutch oil enters the slave cylinder through the hose, and then acts on the release bearing of the manual transmission; when the driver releases the clutch, the oil pressure is released, the release bearing returns under the action of the return spring, and the clutch returns to the engaged state.
The clutch master cylinder is only available in the manual transmission vehicles we drive, and the automatic transmission vehicles are all nested inside the transmission, referred to as the oil pump.
In the early self-owned brand vehicles, the clutch master cylinder was often damaged. When the owner stepped on the clutch, the master cylinder leaked, and the oil pressure could not be fully established. The bearing separation is not complete, and the gear of the car owner appears to be rattling. In severe cases, the corresponding gear cannot be engaged. Once upon a time, we always thought that the clutch friction plate was damaged, but we found out after going to the repair shop that a set of clutch master cylinders was replaced. It will be solved easily. Car owners, who have experienced these things, remember?
Why was the clutch master cylinder of the early domestic car damaged?
We all know that manual transmission is the most stable transmission, but why is the manual transmission of domestic cars damaged? The main reason is that domestically-produced cars started too late, and many car-related technologies have not been understood. Even if new cars are running normally, as the mileage increases, the stability of parts decreases, and unexpected failures naturally appear.
In the early days, many parts of domestic cars were high-quality imitations, and it was difficult to grasp some details such as the materials used for the parts and the surface roughness. This also led to the unstable quality of the clutch master cylinder, and damage occurred just after the shelf life. With the accumulation of experience in domestic vehicles, the overall quality of the vehicle has been significantly improved. In recent years, the quality of the clutch master cylinder is still excellent, and no abnormal damage has been heard.
As for joint venture cars, this stage has long passed. Many joint venture cars have been developed for hundreds of years. All kinds of failures that are prone to occur in manual transmission vehicles have been clearly understood, and they are naturally very skilled in the knowledge of clutch master cylinders.
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