clutch cable adjustment

Asked by Dec 13, 2006 at 05:48 AM about the 1999 Volkswagen Cabrio 2 Dr New GLS Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Howw do you adjust the clutch cable???

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There is not much online about this one, unfortunately. You may need to spring for a repair manual. As you can see from the index here: http://www.bentleypublishers.com/gallery.htm?code=VG99&galleryId=459#C, there is plenty on it. I would recommend going to ebay and seeing if you can find a repair manual. They usually have them for $5-$20, a worthwhile investment.

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I have a 97 cabrio highline. clutch slipped in higher gears, @ the transmission there is a boot, we just turned the whole thing till the clutch felt better. and that fixed the problem.

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Don't bother with the manuals, they also say it's self-adjusting. Barryjay has it right, mess with the boot till you get it right.

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What is the boot?

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Can some one help me im having the same problem

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I wound up replacing the clutch then my step daughter totalled the car so I can't send you a pic, sorry.

picture of pic? I have lots of play in my cable , I can move the shift arm and bounce it back and fourth , wonder if that why myou reverse won't engage

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