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The purpose of the clutch control system is to release the clutch whenever the gearlever (1) is operated and reengage the clutch when a new gear has been selected and the acceleratorpedal is depressed. Vacuum is supplied from the intake manifold and stored in a reservoir. When the gearlever is operated electric current is supplied to the solenoid in the controlvalve (2). Vacuum is transferred to the vacuum-diaphragm-actuator (3) which pulls the clutchlever and releases the clutch. The diaphragm-valve-system in the right end of the control-valve (2) ensures a controlled vacuum release and thereby a soft reengagement of the clutch. The thin hose connection to the upper part of the carburettor signals a hard depressed accelerator which makes the clutch take-up faster.
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