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Textbook Problem

While discussing the different types of pressure plates: Technician A says that coil spring types are commonly used because they have strong springs. Technician B says that Belleville-type pressure plates are not commonly used because they require excessive space in the bell housing. Who is correct?

a. Technician A only

b. Technician B only

c. Both A and B

d. Neither A nor B

To determine

The technician with correct approach in discussing pressure plates.

Explanation

Given information:

Technician A says that coil spring types are commonly used because they have strong springs.

Technician B says that Belleville-type pressure plates are not commonly used because they require excessive space in bell housing.

It can be done in two ways. They are:

  1. First, for transmission of engine torque efficiently flywheel should receive enough force by squeezing clutch plate onto it.
  2. Plate must be moved away from the clutch disc, so that clutch disc should stop rotating. Flywheel and pressure plate may be rotating after this.

Assembly of pressure exerting plates is of two types:

  1. Coil spring pressure plate assembly...

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