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The clutch arm will not engage on my 94 vw jetta 2.0 after replacing the clutch and cannot get the cable on. what can I dodo?

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Adjustment needs to be released on the cable to allow the cable to fit onto the arm

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SOURCE: For 96 VW jetta 2.0L, my clutch is slipping, is it

Make sure there is some free play (about 3/4 ") at the pedal pad. If ok, then it's clutch time!

Posted on Nov 28, 2009

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SOURCE: clutch replacement instructions for 1986 VW Jetta

The release bearing goes in the back of the transmission. You'll need to remove the round "VW" cap on the end of the transmission. I would need to see the pilot bushing to know for sure. It could be the starter bushing or the clutch pushrod bushing.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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