I’m in the middle of some winter work on my 360 and I’ll be replacing the clutch release/throw-out bearing amongst a few other items. There is a possibility I may replace the clutch also depending on the condition when I remove it for inspection. TCU says 30% worn but it looks to be worn more visually. Here’s a picture of where I’m currently up to.... Image Unavailable, Please Login I’ve watched what the clutch position does in neutral and as gears are selected and sketched this.... The clutch is open in N and closes a couple of mm as a gear is selected but still beyond the PIS value. The clutch closes on throttle application. Image Unavailable, Please Login The question I have is what is the purpose of the new clutch closed position other than a reference point for clutch wear? I’d expect the current clutch closed position to be important parameter with which the clutch control is referenced, as this increases with wear moving away from the new clutch position. I struggle to see why it is important other than to indicate wear and as a check to make sure the current clutch position isn’t lower than it. The wear index value is clear to me.