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clutch judder

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by petespug, Oct 30, 2006.

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    hi guys I have a 1996 Audi a4 1.9 tdi recently I have started experiencing clutch judder when pulling away in first gear even if I try and slip the clutch when pulling off I still get it the clutch was replaced by pervious owner not long ago dose anyone have any ideas ?
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    Is it only in first?

    I'd get it checked out asap, as it might not be engaging properly, which may lead to the clutch burning out a lot quicker than normal :)
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    Warped friction plate, or maybe a few bolts loose on the bell housing, or on the mounts. Unfortunatly there isnt much you will be able to check without getting oily
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    no it's also happens in reverse any ideas ?
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    My 2.8 Quattro does the same. Mine judders because its had a long life and there is nothing in the service book about a clutch being done and it went into 140k yesterday. Its on my list of things to get done. suppose i should get it done before it goes, I think if i remember the clutch cost about £600 from audi before fitment
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    just got mine done! it judders ever so slightly (its me being picky) best thing to do is go to a parts place get the clutch and then book it in with the part it saved me about 200 quid
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    its not the clutch that was done not long ago it gets worse as the car warms up
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    dual mass flywheel
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    it does'nt do it when its a cold day any ideas ?
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    My A4 has suddenly started vibrating badly when trying to pull off - it was fine yesterday - gone today. The clutch feels different with a more vague bite point. However if I pull on the handbrake, it will drag - so it is not likely to be the friction disk. I need to cawl under the car to have a look at the hydraulic pipework yet - the brake master cylinder is still full though.

    My car has done 150k miles and chipped to approx 145BHP.

    Any ideas?

    Simon :keule:
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