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Hi I have a bad vibration in my 2006 1.9 TDI Galaxy after fitting a solid flywheel it can be felt between 1800 and 2000 revs both stationary and moving also a droning noise like as if the air intake pipe was left off

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You probally have a bad front wheel bearing , when the noise changes when you move the wheel is typical of a bad bearing.this should be covered under your powertrain warr.

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