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Where's the release bearing in a '99 beetle tranny.Thanks.

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There are two kinds that VW use. On is in the bell housing, on the transmission side (Conventional set up) The other is behind the flywheel and is operated by a rod the runs through the center of the flywheel which is bolted to the clutch

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