declutch


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disengage the clutch of a car

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They will transmit operating torque but, if a pre-set torque is exceeded, will declutch and prevent damage.
Adjustable Declutch allows the operator to not only set the declutch, but to adjust the engagement point.
The Alaris manufacturer has suggested that an incorrect declutch technique, in which the finger grips are not fully squeezed when sliding the plunger, may result in wear of the half nut, which would suggest that we should be paying careful attention to this action.
In addition, an actuator and gearbox declutch mechanism completes the provision of total valve control under all operating conditions, in combination with an ROV (Remotely Operated underwater Vehicle) interface.
Paddle shifters are fitted for manual operation of the seven speed auto box and a bank of LEDs flash from white to yellow to red to prompt the rapid fire gear changes, complete with automatic double declutch.
Paddle shifters are fitted for manual operation of the sevenspeed auto box, and a bank of LEDs flash from white to yellow to red to prompt the rapid fire gear changes, complete with automatic double declutch.
Clutch, move the wheel, now," commanded Bill Wardlaw as I furiously manhandled the steering wheel and tried to remember to declutch while watching where I was going.