Renault Clio: Brake compensator: Check

WITHOUT ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM

Renault Clio. Brake compensator

CHECK

I - CHECKING THE DIMENSION OF THE BRAKING COMPENSATOR ROD IN THE REBOUND POSITION (WHEELS SUSPENDED)

Renault Clio. Brake compensator

II - ADJUSTING THE ROD DIMENSION IN THE REBOUND POSITION (WHEELS SUSPENDED)

III - CHECKING THE OUTPUT PRESSURE

WARNING

Prepare for the flow of fluid, and protect the surrounding components.

1 - Checking the output pressure for an input pressure (PE) = 60 bar

2 - Checking the output pressure for an input pressure (PE) = 100 bar

3 - Checking the output pressure values

4 - Checking the output pressures by compressing the spring by 5 mm

5 - Checking value D'

Brake compensator: Adjustment

WITHOUT ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM

Renault Clio. Brake compensator

ADJUSTMENT

Renault Clio. Brake compensator

Renault Clio. Brake compensator

Note: When adjusting the brake limiter, do not move the rod nut (3).

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