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Must depress clutch while in neutral then will be able to go in gear on 1996 jetta 2.0 manual

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YES , YOU MUST ALWAYS USE THE CLUTCH WHEN PUTTING INTO GEAR OR GRINDING WILL BE HEARD

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Well usually you have to do so in order to change gears
anyway this maybe a clutch problem and or needs a gear shift adjustment
more likely the clutch plate

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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so , it seems the engine does start in gear, with clutch depressed.
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I can not decode, stuck in gear. elaborate that.
nor "
"still stuck"
the only clue here, is
"stalls when clutch is let out."

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My 1996 jetta 2.0 4cyl, won't start when pressing down clutch. I have to keep turning key, with some startup at times, by shifting gear shift. Can you help?


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Should it be the cable, this might be of help. It is turns out to be the fork, you might need the services of a qualified professional or a dealership.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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