Kia Forte: Clutch System / Clutch Release Fork and Clutch Release Bearing

Kia Forte 2019-2021 (BD) Service Manual / Clutch System / Clutch Release Fork and Clutch Release Bearing

Components and components location
Components
[Gasoline 2.0]

1. Clutch release fork
2. Clutch cover assembly
3. Clutch disk assembly
4. Clutch release bearing

Repair procedures
Removal
[Gasoline 2.0]
1.

Remove the manual transaxle assembly.

G 2.0 MPI (Refer to Manual Transaxle System - "Manual Transaxle")

2.

Remove the clutch release bearing (A).

3.

Pull the clip (A).

4.

Remove the clutch release fork (A).

5.

Remove the boot (A).

Inspection
1.

Check for damage to boot.

2.

Check for deformation to clutch release fork.

3.

Check for deformation to clutch release bearing.

Installation
[Gasoline 2.0]
1.

Install the boot (A).

2.

Install the clip to the clutch release fork.

3.

Apply to grease (VC-650)in location A, B and C.

Location
Quantity (g)
 Quantity
A
0.3 - 0.5 g
Release bearing & Fork
B
0.5 - 1.0 g
Release Fork & Fulcrum
C
0.4 - 0.8 g
Release cylinder & Fork

4.

Install the clutch release bearing (B) and the clutch release fork (A) at the same time.

5.

Install the manual transaxle assembly.

G 2.0 MPI (Refer to Manual Transaxle System - "Manual Transaxle")

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