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Audi fault for audi brainers

audia3turrbo Mar 13, 2010

  1. audia3turrbo

    audia3turrbo Member

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    Hi all i have audi a3 1.8t 1998 model,started getting a slight judder at pull off and its bugging me as i cant/dont no what the problem is,when i pull of it some times dose this also if i am in 2nd/3rd at 30mph it seems like it shuts of the the cars alive again this only dose this a few times a day any answers ?
     
  2. <tuffty/>

    <tuffty/> Badger 5 Edition...Its all about the flow... Staff Member Moderator Audi S3

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    Vacuum leak I suspect... check all the hoses/pipes coming off the inlet mani as a start for slipts and cracks etc..

    Block 032 in the engine group on VAGCOM will help to give you an idea of if you have a vac leak, a figure of 5% or more indicates ECU is adding fuel on idle....

    <tuffty/>
     
  3. audia3turrbo

    audia3turrbo Member

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    hi do u no if it could be a coil pack on its way out,or air flowmeter cheers,i dont no what u mean by block 032 ??
     
  4. leshkin

    leshkin Hold my beer... VCDS Map User Gold Supporter Team Sepang Audi S3

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    Block 032 is a code for a bunch of data the the car's ECU will return if you monitor it via VCDS (vag-com). This code will give you information about your air/fuel mixture as seen by the lambda sensors. I would say that you need to find someone local with this software/cable and do some checking as you might have some errors codes logged, which will point you in the right direction. Here is a thread that will tell you who can help you.
     
  5. audia3turrbo

    audia3turrbo Member

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    Cheers any one eles have any comments
     
  6. JD09

    JD09 I'm not modding, I'm improving VCDS Map User

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    Yes, trust Tufftybloke.
     
  7. 16Klappe

    16Klappe I <3 Panda's! Supporter

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    Yeah, if you haven't got a clue what it is how are you going to fix it?

    Just take it into a garage?!
     

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