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New flywheel to cure idle wobble

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Rigla, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. Rigla
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    [Feb 14, 2011]
    So,

    I had a new clutch and flywheel fitted to see if it cured the common wobble on idle problem...Did it work?

    No!

    GGGRRRR!:banghead:
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  3. ~RS~
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    Have you checked the torsion timing?
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    I have this too, mine didn't get fixed because the problem didn't appear during the testdrive and its so random i haven't bothered to go back.

    Keep us updated on what is going to happen/solutions
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    I have the same problem, get a wobble on idle but mine sometimes takes a couples of times to fire up :/
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    Presumably you have all read the many threads on here about this ?

    Common cause of this problem is the injector wiring loom. The loom has been updated to cure the problem iirc.

    EDIT - you will be interested in this thread on another forum :-

    A3 TDI PD injector loom issues - Audi Mag | VAGOC.co.uk
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    Sorry to dig up and old post, but did you find out what caused the judder and the poor starting?? Mine is exactly the same mate.
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