I have an issue come up while replacing by clutch in my Passat. When my sutto mechanic (drive way ranger) was assisting he pulled out the hydrolic line from the CMC to the slave/release cylinder.There was a small rubber grommet that was stuck deep down in the the tube which feeds brake fluid to the release cylinder. We were not able to get that little bugger back inside the the channel and so we had a major leak there. We pulled a hydrolic line from a 2004 Audi 'A4 and although is fits in to slave fine and it is held in place with a small clip. Now we are still get a leak right where the hyrolic seats in the slave cylinder. Does anyone have an idea for a workaround on fixing the leak apart from either buying another line from a 1998 to 2001 b5 OR B5.5 model years? pulling the clutch maser cylinder and reinstalling that was a monument PITA job. I wont go through that again. I just am looking for a solution to fix the leak or do I need to try and find a similar B5 at area junk yards. The issue there is when checking inventory at Pick N Pull yards in the San Francisco bay area, you can't tell if they have auto or manual transmission.And it doesn't ID tranny type in the VIN. This entire experience has been a major PITA headache and at this point I would like to just roll this car off a cliff. To see it smash into the rocks and burst into flames would lift my spirits;. Any ideas from the land would be appreciated.