Question about 1996 Volkswagen Jetta
Easy model to do but i have worked 13 hrs today then an hour on here and my back aches sat here ,if you remove the drive shafts then undo the bell housing bolts and gearchange then you can slide the gearbox back a bit so you have a gap of an inch and bit at the front and using a 9mm ring to undo the bolts one at a time its possible to drop the clutch ,then put the new one in and the bolts in loose you locate the clutch then tighten the clutch bolts through the timing mark hole as i remember rightly
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