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Revs(rpm) are low on my jtd 1,9 diesel fiat multipla judders when taking off if we dont put foot down to go.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fiat Multipla 2002
In all these cases it appear to be a problem with the synchronizers or a dented pinion. To verify, the oil can be check for metal deposits. Fiats have bronze synchronizers and when placed under heavy shifting load they were out rapidly. if this is the case replacement is the solution and transmission has to be open. The car can be driven but gear will keep releasing. Sometimes the synchronizer level bends causing an incomplete setting off the gear.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
Well I know that on some vehicles, a vacuum leak will cause this. Since you have a vacuum line going into the brake booster and you might need to remove it to get the the Master Cylinder, it could have cracked, broke, or got pulled out and not back in. A vacuum leak will will result in un-metered air,so now you have a lean mix in the intake. The O2 Sensor will sense this after the burn and try to compensate to bring the emissions back into spec. The computer will try to adjust the RPM to see if it can get it under control. Once it does it relaxes thinking the problem is solved, RPMs drop and it tries to compensate again.
Check for a Vacuum leak, thats my recommendation.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
If you drive an automatic and it starts to judder at low speeds than that means you transmission isn't down shifting as the speed is reduced. In the first instance you should get your transmission oil changed.
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Posted on Mar 11, 2009
Firstly removve the wheel. Then romove the the caliper by the two hex/alen key screws at the rear. then remove the guard by the two bolts at the front. this should leave only the disk on the hub. there is a small screw on the front which will realease the disk and fitting is te reverasal of removal.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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