Seat Leon >> Location overview - clutch mechanism

Clutch

Assembly overview - pedal cluster

Clutch

  1. - Clutch master cylinder
    • Removing and installing
  2. - Mounting bush
    • Removing and installing
    • Cable must not be greased
  3. - Clamp
    • To remove pipe, pull out clip to stop.
    • Can be driven in fully before the line is installed
  4. - Seal
    • Self-adhesive
    • Renew after removing the clutch master cylinder
    • Glue onto clutch master cylinder
  5. - Clutch position sender - G476-
    • Can be checked using - Vehicle diagnostic tester in Guided fault finding mode.
    • Equivalent
    • Removing and installing
  6. - Bearing shaft
    • Must be renewed if removed
    • Cable must not be greased
  7. - Buffer stop
  8. - Hexagon nut
    • For mounting bracket to bulkhead
    • 3 Units
    • Self-locking
    • Must be renewed if removed
    • 25 Nm
  9. - Bearing cap
    • 2 Units
    • Installed on both sides
    • Only fitted in conjunction with over-centre spring.
    • Cable must not be greased
  10. - Mounting bracket
    • For clutch pedal
    • Removing and installing
    • Using drift - VW 207- drive bushes for the studs used to fasten the mounting bracket onto the bulkhead, into the holes in the mounting bracket
  11. - Recovery spring
    • Fitted depending on design status
    • Removing and installing
    • Do not grease seat on mounting bracket
  12. - Bearing shaft
    • For clutch master cylinder
    • Must be renewed if removed
    • Cable must not be greased
  13. - Over-centre spring
    • Fitted depending on design status
    • Different versions available
    • Removing and installing
    • Cable must not be greased
  14. - Mounting bush
    • Cable must not be greased
  15. - Sliding bush
    • Fitted depending on design status
    • For mounting return spring
    • Fit onto clutch pedal
    • Grease when mounting return spring.
    • For grease allocation, refer to - Electronic parts catalogue (ETKA) .
  16. - Bearing shaft
    • for plunger of the clutch master cylinder
    • Must be renewed if removed
    • Cable must not be greased
  17. - Clutch pedal
    • Removing and installing
    • Cable must not be greased
  18. - Pedal rubber
  19. - Mounting bush
    • Cable must not be greased
  20. - Extension spring
    • For clutch pedal
    • Fitted depending on design status
    • Installing and removing - Removing and installing over-centre spring
    • Cable must not be greased
  21. - Damping piece
    • Only fitted in conjunction with extension spring.
    • Cable must not be greased

Assembly overview - clutch hydraulics

Clutch

  1. - Hexagonal bolt
    • Tightening torque
  2. - Bleeder screw
    • Bleeding clutch mechanism
    • Tightening torque
  3. - Dustcap
  4. - Supply hose
  5. - Brake fluid reservoir
  6. - Seals
    • If damaged, renew together with supply hose
    • Must be fitted in supply hose
  7. - Clutch master cylinder
    • Removing and installing
  8. - Clamp
    • To remove pipe, pull out clip to stop.
    • Can be driven in fully before the line is installed
  9. - Seals / O-rings
    • Renew if damaged.
    • Install on line connection
    • Lubricate with brake fluid before installing
    • Whether a seal or an O-ring is used depends on the type of connection
    • Equivalent
  10. - Support bracket
    • For pipe/hose assembly
    • Different supports for LHD and RHD vehicles.
    • Equivalent
  11. - Hose/metal pipe
    • Different lengths for LHD and RHD vehicles.
    • Equivalent
    • Removing and installing
  12. - Seals / O-rings
    • Replace if damaged
    • Install on line connection
    • Lubricate with brake fluid before installing
    • Whether a seal or an O-ring is used depends on the type of connection
    • Equivalent
  13. - Clamp
    • To remove pipe, pull out clip to stop.
    • Can be driven in fully before the line is installed
  14. - Clutch cylinder:
    • Removing and installing

Assembly overview - clutch release mechanism

Clutch

  1. - Clutch release bearing
    • Remove and install together with clutch release lever and guide sleeve
    • Do not wash out bearing; wipe only
    • Replace collars that make a noise
  2. - Bolt
    • Must be renewed if removed
    • 5 Nm + +90º
  3. - Clutch release lever
    • Remove and install together with release bearing and guide sleeve
    • Remove any traces of grease
    • Grease contact surface of ball-head pin with grease for clutch plate splines
    • For grease allocation, refer to - Electronic parts catalogue (ETKA) .
  4. - Retaining spring
    • Secure to clutch lever
  5. - Guide sleeve
    • Remove and install together with release bearing and clutch release lever
  6. - Ball head studs
    • For removal and installation the gearbox must be removed
    • Remove any traces of grease
    • Grease contact surface of ball-head pin with grease for clutch plate splines
    • For grease allocation, refer to - Electronic parts catalogue (ETKA) .
    • 20 Nm
  7. - Input shaft oil seal:
    • Must be renewed if removed
  8. - Gearbox
  9. - Hexagonal bolt
    • 20 Nm
  10. - Clutch cylinder:
    • Removing and installing
    Removing and installing bearing bush
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