CLUTCHTECH PROVIDES ANSWERS
ACS is supporting workshops with Online Technical Resources
The ClutchTech technical support database by Australian Clutch Services (ACS) has been developed to support workshops around Australia with a wide range of clutch specific technical information and videos.
The ClutchTech brand encompasses the entire database of technical support information including ACS Technical Service Bulletins which are distributed with each kit, an online troubleshooting guide and an online video series looking at some of the most common clutch related technical questions.
“Our ClutchTech database has been developed over many years to try and minimise the time workshops require to accurately diagnose a clutch issue,” ACS Sales Manager, Colin Jevons, said.
“With the knowledge that our team has developed over our 30 years of operations in Australia, we have been able to put together a comprehensive range of clutch diagnostics and technical information and ClutchTech is a great way for us to share this with the automotive community.”
The online troubleshooting guide is available on the ACS website and is an easy-to-use diagnostic tool that explores common clutch failure symptoms and the key points to check for each.
ACS says this guide is ideal for workshops who are trying to diagnose a clutch failure before they purchase the components for replacement.
By looking at the most common causes of that failure, workshops are then able to see what additional components may be required such as a broken clutch fork or hydraulics.
The ClutchTech video series offers a great way for technicians to review installation processes for everything from basic clutch fitment guides through to vehicle specific installation information.
ACS explains the series includes over 50 videos and says it has proven popular around the world with some of the most popular videos looking at DCT clutch removal and installation and hydraulic pedal adjustment.
The videos are ideal for technicians who may be caught on a clutch installation procedure and who require more detailed information or to actually see an example of the process.
ACS also includes ClutchTech Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) with applicable clutch kits.
These printed flyers give important further technical support information for specific clutch kits and also include QR codes to related technical videos if available.
Operating for more than 30 years, Australian Clutch Services offers an extensive range of complete clutch kits, flywheels, hydraulics, accessories and tools through a nationwide distributor network.
Australian Clutch Services’ leading brands include ClutchPro, Xtreme Clutch, Xtreme Outback, ClutchPro Commercial, AG Clutch and Classic Clutch.
For more information, please visit the ClutchTech page on www.australianclutch.com.au or call 1800 CLUTCH.