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annoying juddering 1500rpm-2500rpm A4 CVT

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by g60smit, Dec 4, 2012.

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    [Dec 4, 2012]
    please help!!
    I have trawled though the forum, and found so many variants of this issue, so I thought it best to describe mine.

    I have a 2004 A4 1.8T Avant CVT ltd ed. I have an annoying light car judder/shake when I am cruising or lightly accelerating around 1500-2500rpm (approx 50-70mph). it happens up and down the range. it doesn't happen if i accelerate/brake heavily.

    My clutch has been overhauled and uprated to 7 plate c/w ecu replacement in August 2012 by a local auto specialist. Around the same time I had the cam belt/long life service. Recently changed the MAF, replaced the oil breather pipes and n.r.valve (clogged pipes), rocker cover gasket and new platinum sparks. I have stupidly replaced the coil packs with second hand ones, but still no change. My handheld does not show any fault codes (admittedly, not a VAGCom)

    I am not expecting a exact answer, but some guidance to possible solutions.

    I'm really losing confidence in the car....and ran out of funds!
    Any suggestions would be highly appreciated! :)
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  3. quattrojames
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    It's obviously not a wheel balancing issue? Buckled wheel or anything?
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    hummmm... havn't thought of that! I've been blinkered to the engine bay. may be worth visit to local tyre place to check out. thanks
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