Maintenance / Inspection
Under normal use the PVT system will provide years of
maintenance is required to keep the system operating at
peak performance. The following list of items should be
performance and service life of PVT components. Refer
to the troubleshooting checklist at the end of this chapter
for more information.
1. Belt Inspection.
2. Drive and Driven Clutch Buttons and Bushings,
Drive Clutch Shift Weights and Pins, Drive Clutch
Spider Rollers and Roller Pins, Drive and Driven
3. Sheave Faces. Clean and inspect for wear.
4. PVT System Sealing. Refer to the appropriate
illustration (s) on the following pages. The PVT
system is air cooled by fins on the drive and driven
clutch stationary sheaves. The fins create a low
pressure area in the crankcase casting, drawing air
into the system through an intake duct. The opening
for this intake duct is located at a high point on the
vehicle (location varies by model). The intake duct
draws fresh air through a vented cover. All
connecting air ducts (as well as the inner and outer
covers) must be properly sealed to ensure clean air
is being used for cooling the PVT system and also to
prevent water and other contaminants from entering
the PVT area. This is especially critical on units
subjected to frequent water forging.
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