Question about 1998 Volkswagen Jetta
My 1998 vw jetta clutch just started slipping once in a while in mostly 4th gear. I am told that there is no adjustment on this one because it is hydraulic.Is there a resivour somewhere that could be low that can be filled or it it time for a new clutch?
Hi from uk if as you say clutch slips in high gear ie engine revs are not compared to speed you should be doing ? then i am afraid that considering age and probable high milage of car the cars clutch is on its last legs and rqs renew not a difficult or long job to do on jetta but for the moment try not to drive car too much as it will/may fail completely no drive! then you will incurre breakdown/recovery charge ? a stich in time ? saves nine ? hope this helps you?
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