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CLUTCH Article Text 1989 Volkswagen Golf For Volkswagen Technical Site Copyright © 1998 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC Monday, August 23, 1999 11:43PM ARTICLE BEGINNING 1989-90 CLUTCHES Cabriolet, Golf, GTI, Jetta, Jetta GLI DESCRIPTION The clutch is a single dry disc type, using a diaphragm spring type pressure plate and a clutch release bearing mounted inside the transaxle. The clutch is cable operated. PEDAL TRAVEL ADJUSTMENT 1) Hook a tape measure over top of clutch pedal pad. Tape hook to pad to hold it in place. Pull tape through steering wheel and record measurement at centerline of wheel rim. Fully apply clutch pedal. 2) Record measurement at centerline of wheel rim. If difference between 2 measurements is 4.6" (117 mm) or more, adjustment is correct. If difference is less than 4.6" (117 mm), remove push nut from stud behind pedal bracket. 3) Remove left scuff plate from driver's door. Separate carpet from floor on driver's side wheelwell. Lay carpet into position and measure. If required amount of travel has been obtained, adjustment is complete. 4) If clutch pedal travel is still incorrect, remove portion of floor insulation that is between floorpan and area where pedal bottoms out. Reinstall carpet. No further adjustment is available. CLUTCH PEDAL FREE PLAY ADJUSTMENT 1) Fully depress clutch pedal 5 times. Loosen lock nut "A".
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