I have a 1995 vw jetta with a 2.0 manual transmission and i still have same
problem--no start--no click. i checked the clutch pedal switch wiring and found that there is no power coming from the wire. what now?
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The clutch fluid goes into the clutch fluid reservoir look around in the engine compartment by the brake booster. if you still cannot find, head on over to Auto Zone or Oreillys their counter people will show you where it is.
Most 1995-on VW models don't have a transmission fluid dipstick for
checking the transmission fluid level. To fill and check the level of
the VW automatic transmission fluid you have to remove a plug on the
side or bottom (location depends on model and if you have an automatic vs. manual transmission) of the transmission drain
pan. The factory manual refers the expensive VAG 1924 special tool for
pumping the VW automatic transmission fluid into the oil pan.
you must get under the car, there will be 2 large bolts that should jump out from the rest. the lower 1 is the drain, the upper 1 is for adding fluid. Manual trans dont have fill necks or dip sticks under the hood like automatic transmissions.