Question about 1996 Volkswagen Jetta
Is there an adjustment or a part that can be replaced?
Hello guys... This is my first day and I already found someone with the same problem as me. That's what I call "instant gratification". Anyway. First let me tell you that you may need to replace the transmission. It is too expensive to have this one "rebuilt". Secondly, make sure you find out why the transmission went bad, to prevent the next one from getting there too. I had a leak at the front seal (between the engine and the tranny housing). I misdiagnosed the leak, thinking it was either powersteering or engine oil. The solution to that one is easy, while the old transmission is off, and before the new one is replaced, make sure you install a new seal, or gasket (what ever you may call it). The leak basically lead to a low level of gear oil in the transmission which lead to it's destruction. As for the old one... see if anyone will give you any money for it. Maybe a shop interested in rebuilding it to re-sell it. :) Good luck. I welcome any new approaches to my "solution" and any suggestions on how to "git-r-dunn!"
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
La marcha atras ay que hundirla, luego hacia el lado del conductor????????
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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