Vanagon Clutch Problems?

Answer The clutch system in a Volkswagen Vanagon involves the actuation of the master cylinder (once the clutch pedal depresses) which drives hydraulic fluid to the slave cylinder, which disengages the cl... Read More »

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Problems With the Vanagon?

Volkswagen produced the first series of Transporters from 1949 to 1967. Also known as the Microbus or station wagon, Transporters utilize a water-cooled engine called a Wasserboxer. Wasser is the G... Read More »

Common Problems in a 1990 Vanagon?

The German automaker Volkswagen made the 1990 Vanagon, which provides three rows of seating for up to seven occupants, except for the Camper trim levels, which provide seating for up to four occupa... Read More »

Problems With a Clutch?

The clutch is an essential part of an automotive vehicle, but since it's a component that's frequently in use during journeys, it's vulnerable to a range of problems. Many of these are a result of... Read More »

Wet Clutch Problems?

For a motorcycle to be able to change gears while running, it needs a clutch to disengage the transmission from the crankshaft and combustion process. Many motorcycle clutches operate "wet" or bath... Read More »