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What are the functions of an automotive manual transmission assembly?


Functions of an automotive manual transmission assembly:

Gearbox control: The manual transmission assembly is an important device for controlling the gearbox. A driver can select different gears by operating the manual transmission assembly to realize acceleration, deceleration, and directional changes of the car.

Car speed adjustment: With the manual transmission assembly, a driver can shift gears to adjust the car speed and power output, thus maintaining an appropriate speed under different road conditions.

Direction control: By selecting an appropriate gear, the manual transmission assembly can help a driver control the direction of the car, including forward movement, reverse movement, and parking operations.

More driving fun: Compared to automatic transmission cars, manual transmission cars provide more interaction and fun for drivers, improving driving pleasure and maneuverability.

Cost-effectiveness and fuel efficiency: The manual transmission assembly makes it easier for a driver to control the car speed and engine RPM and adjust the throttle effectively, thus increasing fuel efficiency and reducing fuel consumption.

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Common failure symptoms of an automotive manual transmission assembly:

Difficult gear shifting: The manual transmission assembly feels loose or stuck during gear shifting, making it very difficult to maneuver and requiring force or multiple attempts to complete shifting.

Unsmooth gear shifting: During gear shifting, the gear cannot be changed smoothly, or the shifting process is very slow, and abnormal noise or vibration is generated.

Gear skipping: A gear is not stable. Gear skipping is frequent, or it’s hard to maintain a selected gear, resulting in loss of control during driving.

Clutch failure: As part of the manual transmission assembly, the clutch may malfunction and cause incomplete clutch engagement, slipping, or failed disengagement, preventing normal acceleration and shifting of the car.

Oil leakage: Damage to the manual transmission assembly or aging of its seals may lead to leakage of lubricant or hydraulic oil, interfering with the normal operation of the manual transmission assembly.

Abnormal sound during gear shifting: There is abnormal creaking sound or noise during gear shifting, which may suggest severe wear or failure of the transmission components.