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Jerky transmission on take off - 2002 Audi A4

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Change the fluid. Audi will swear that they can't change it and that its a "lifetime" fluid. But lets say that your transmission goes out at 75k. Then the lifetime of that fluid was 75k. Don't listen to them. I changed my fluid and my shifting and everything smoothed right out.

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Check your gearbox oil level. It maybe low or to high.

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