Question about Volkswagen GTI
Check the clutch cable behind the pedal, see if same cable is hooked to the clutch on the motor side, ask a friend to move cable from pedal side, and find out the cable that moves inside the motor.
Check also that cable is fixed into pedal backside.
If cable is OK, then the clutch disk it is stuck on its springs and stays opened. To fix this the clutch assembly must be taken apart, this is quite a challenging job for an inexperienced DIYer, better to take the car to a mechanic in this case.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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