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That is when clutch slip happens-when the clutch is released. If the clutch disc is worn badly, it won't hold tight against the engine flywheel-it will slip, causing that shudder you feel. Have a mechanic verify this, but it sounds like you need a new clutch.
you need a haynes manual.because some new cars dont have dip stick to check tranny fluid.you have to locate a check fill plug on automatic transmission differential.its located on the right side.front of drive axle.for volkswagon you got buy the tool to squirt fluid in tranny.still get a manual it will show you place to put tranny oil.
check the air flow meter as well the two are linked,if you fit a new egr it will need to be programmed to your car,..when the egr is working you should get a drop in airflow,if you dont then the egr is stuck open...when it closes your airflow should go back up..