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Question about 1997 Jetta

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...Jetta wont shift I JUST installed a new clutch and now it won't shift gears. It doesn't make a specific noise it just wont move into any gear. have you got the friction plate in the right way

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...buttone in VW. Seems like you need new clutch. The 5th gear ratio in Jetta is high , so what you see it is normal. You can buy an aftermarket kit to add a 6th gear but it is kind of

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...change gears anyway this maybe a clutch problem and or needs a gear shift adjustment more likely the clutch plate YES , YOU MUST ALWAYS USE THE CLUTCH WHEN PUTTING INTO GEAR OR GRINDING WILL BE ...

...cables, some - regular with adjusting screw next to the gearbox lever.Check yours.If there is not adjustment go to next step.Put new clutch kit.I think also first gear is difficult to switch ...

Question about 1997 Jetta

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...but my other gears work just fine i just need to know if i should get a whole new transmission or what? What about the first gear? If going easy on - change the gear box.If not-change the clutch

...clutch? or is it sumthing else that wont let me get in gear? 98 jetta 5 speed There is problem in the gearbox.The sincronizers for a first & second gear are on the same gearswitch.Need to change ...

Question about 1996 Jetta

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...to vehicle speed If your car has a manual gear box thn the clutch plate may need replacing, if need be better to replace the pro-kit i.e clutch pressure plate , clutch plate and the relaese

Question about 1999 Jetta

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clutch pedal wont return Started having problems changing gear on a short journey, by the time I got to my destination (just) the clutch pedal wasn't returning from the floor and I couldn&

pedal but it start when you put your foot on the clutch then it is the bearing. I suspect that you will have to pull the gear box and have a clutch kit fitted along with a new clutch throw out bearing

...get stuck It could be a bent shifting fork inside the transmission case. Or it could be a shaft inside case with a slight bend. My guess considering you changed the clutch would be the shifting

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