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There is a "clockspring" wiring spiral in the steering wheel to accommodate the rotating steering wheel with controls on it. If this breaks, you may lose some or all functions controlled by stuff on the s-wheel.
Is this an auto or manual trans? But to just simply answer your question the only one I would recommend is a Bently's factory service manual for your model. A hard copy or in disc format available in ebay and other on line VW stores will carry both. The word diagram in terms of mechanical would be the valve body of an automatic trans which always gives a good workout for your brain trying to learn all them passages in the maze are for.
the first thing that i would check would be to see if there is votage going to the clutch. if there is not then check the pressure switch, relay, and fuse. if there is voltage to the clutch then replace the clutch and that SHOULD solve your problem.