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Date registered: Sep 2013
Vehicle: Mk4 VW Jetta 2.slow, W110 Heckflosse 1.9L swapped
Location: Salem, Oregon
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I forgot to grab pictures of the clutch operation while I was out there!
I'll try and diagram up how the clutch pedal feels. I'm not sure its right.
^ ^ norm pressure ^
stiffer no pressure
Best I can describe it. For the first inch there's no feedback, the rest of the way there's feedback, then at the very end there's even more feeback (it's noticeable). It makes me wonder if it's bled right.
As far as the slave cylinder rod and the clutch fork, it appears to be going back far enough (to the stop) but maybe it's not and we're none the wiser.
I do not know, the car was traded in to a dealership in August 2011, I heard the PO was a friend of the owner is why it was traded in, it sat in their backlot that entire time.
Rubber lines are a maybe, should check those next! No external leaking from either slave or master cylinder so possible internal but still doesn't explain how the slave cylinder is pushing the clutch seemingly all the way back!
1987 W124 300D 6cyl Turbo (2005-2008), 2005 VW Jetta GLS 2.0L (2008-present), 1966 W110 200D, M121/Weber 32/36 DGEV swap (2014)
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