||In light vehicle applications, the pressure plate is normally a diaphragm type and is serviced as an assembly.
||The driven plate is a friction type disc with two friction facings carried on waved spring steel segments and riveted to a steel disc. Drive is transmitted from the disc to a central splined hub, through a number of torsional coil springs.
||The clutch release bearing can be a thrust-type angular contact ball bearing. The bearing requires no periodic maintenance during its service life.