6.0 GT
  • £18,250
  • Year/Month: 2004/0
  • Stock ID: T100626
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • CC: 6000
  • Mileage: 80500
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
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Do Your Used Bentley Cars For Sale From UK Accelerate Slowly? You Need To Be Alert


Do your used bentley cars for sale from uk seem to accelerate more slowly than normal, and climb hills with difficulty? Don't rush to look for faults in starting or fuel supply - if these symptoms are accompanied by a loose clutch pedal, and you occasionally notice an unpleasant burning smell in the passenger compartment, the problem is likely to be a slippage of the clutch. We will explain why this happens, and how to avoid it.

Released State

The system is designed for the uncoupling and smooth coupling of the engine and its transmission at certain times: when changing gears, starting or braking. Today the most widely used is the friction clutch in which the torque is transmitted due to the friction force.  The key elements are: The clutch cover consists of diaphragm spring, pressure plate & cover. The last one is bolted. Special springs are used to connect the cover and the pressure plate. When the clutch is engaged, they are compressed; when the clutch is disengaged, the disc pressure plate is released and removed. The pressure plate is activated by the diaphragm spring. When the clutch is engaged, its clutch tabs are in a released state, and the inner part presses on the pressure plate, which in turn presses the clutch disc against the engine flywheel.

Rotation Axis

The clutch disc is located between the motor and the pressure plate. It is a metal disc with friction material linings attached to it by rivets. The internal diameter of its shaft is connected by the groove of the disc to the input shaft of the gearbox. Smooth-shifting and vibration absorption are ensured by shock-absorbing springs. When the clutch is engaged, this component is pressed against the flywheel, ensuring the transfer of force from the engine to the transmission. The release bearing is located on the axis of rotation of the unit. It is designed to activate the shock absorber springs. In some vehicles, the traction release bearing is used. Clutch fork belongs to the link and ensures the release bearing Processes. The system works as when the pedal is depressed, the clutch fork, activated by the link, presses the release bearing, moving it along the axis of rotation against the flywheel. 

Certain Speeds

The release bearing activates the diaphragm spring which, when compressed, is released from the surface of the pressure plate. The springs are released and, when unwound, remove the pressure plate from the clutch disc. The clutch disc moves away from the surface of the flywheel. The force is no longer transmitted. So, the question is, where the problem due to Clutch slip is; Proper system operation depends on the friction force between the clutch disc and the flywheel. If the coefficient of friction is reduced for some reason, the contact surfaces begin to slip, and the force is not fully transmitted from the engine to the transmission. As a result, the acceleration of the vehicle at certain speeds takes longer and its performance deteriorates. It also becomes more difficult to overcome slopes and hills, since the energy transmitted to the gearbox axle is not enough to move the vehicle.