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Below are directions:TRANSAXLE REMOVAL:
Fig. Remove the bolts from the flywheel
Fig. Clutch friction plate
Fig. Flywheel, clutch friction plate (clutch disc), and pressure plate
Fig. Close up of the clutch disc. Notice the criss-cross fiber re-enforcement in the discs friction surface. This clutch design reduces clatter upon engagement
Fig. Clutch disc positioned inside the flywheel
Fig. Release plate and spring clip
Fig. Squeeze the spring clip to remove it from the release plate
Fig. Pressure plate to crankshaft bolts
Fig. Match the dowel pin with the edge of the pressure plate
How to replace a clutch step by step?
Ok, but do you know if i should take the driveshafts out? If so how would one do that?
Remove the bolts at the cv axle where it meets the transaxle. Use a prybar to pop it free of the tansaxle and use a piece of twine or a bungee cord to secure the driveshafts to the inner fender in engine compartment to prevent it from hanging down too much and damaging the outer axle joint.
Where does the clutch release bearing on a 1994 volkswagen golf gti go?