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I have a 2003 mk4 golf, its fine most of the time but every now and again, when i put the clutch down to change gear the revs will drops to zero and car cuts out. After restarting the car will do this a few times then be fine again for several weeks but the problem will occur again. Also at startup the idle revs sometimes (more often than the cut out issue) flucuates

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Adjust the idle then check the clutch assembly some times the clutch spring can be the problem.

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