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Juddering My Audi A3 1.9 tdi judders at speeds around 60mph. I have had various things replaced and put onto a machine many times to determine the problem. However, it is still doing the same. The emission light has appeared this morning too. Any ideas

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  • cathys141 Dec 23, 2008

    It just feels like driving over uneven surfaces - all the time. At times, for example, when going around a corner, there is some hesitance, but I feel this on the accelerator pedal. Is this any better?

  • cathys141 Dec 23, 2008

    By the way, it's a 2003 Audi A3

  • CaidJ May 11, 2010

    The better question is, what do you mean by shutter? momentary loss in power? the wheel is shuttering? Please be a bit more specific.


    Caid.

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    that light is probably indicating a misfire .... but that's from the shudder.... what i need to know is does the shudder feel like the motor or another thing on your car ?

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I would guess your wheels might be out of alignment, or as the other person said, perhaps a separated belt. Either way, it sounds related to your wheels. If it isn't that, it might be a suspension problem, but deal with the least expensive possibilities first.

Get your alignment checked to eliminate that possibility.

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Sounds like one of the belts on the tire(s) have seperated. quick way to tell is to remove one tire at a time and roll it down the driveway... if a belt is seperated it will be very obvious then.

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Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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