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Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by mattjarv, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. mattjarv

    mattjarv Member

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    I have a B7 Cab 2.0 TDI which has been re-mapped.

    The car started jerking around 2000 - 25000 rpm when you accelerated at a normal pace, but didn't jerk when you went heavier on the pedal.

    I was told this is a flywheel and clutch problem, so had that fixed.

    But it is still doing it! not as bad, but it still sometimes kicks/jerks around the same revs.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks for reading!!
     
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  3. deian3387

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    Have you had the car scanned for faults? The wiring to the injectors are a common fault on these and can give the same symptoms. Injectors are a common problem to and i belive there's a recall on them at the moment
     
  4. mattjarv

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    Funny you should say that, my mates, mate, works for Audi and he reckons that it's my injectors. He's currently checking my reg to see if I qualify for a recall!

    Just to add to my bit at the top, when it jerks/kicks, it also makes a sucking/hissing sort of noise.

    All that money to sort my flywheel and clutch now look to have been a total waste of money!
     

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