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Re: A4 Driveline Shudder
There maybe a service bulletin on it. The 100/A6 V6 has a similar problem
at a particulat rpm. If I remember correctly it has something to do with
the position of the exhaust pipes. If you look under a V6 you'll notice
the catalytic converters are mounted to some spring loaded mounting they
look like they are adjusterable. There was a technical service bulletin
on the subject for the 100/A6 with the V6.
If I remembered correctly Jim Griffins' 100 V6 has that adjustment done. So
maybe some of the A4s with the V6 are suffering from the same problem.
I do agreed with you that the V6 is extremely smooth and quiet. I kind
of taken it for granted until yesterday I drove a loaner 96' Jetta GLS. It
only has 8,600 miles on it, and man it was gutless and noisy.
Anthony Chan, First Hill, Seattle, WA, USA.
92' 100 V6 Tornado Red.
On Tue, 10 Dec 1996, Ti Kan wrote:
> Date: Tue, 10 Dec 1996 09:40:47 -0800 (PST)
> From: Ti Kan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: A4 Driveline Shudder
> I have had an A4q 2.8 for more than 7 months now and I have
> not experienced any serious "driveline shudder". Sure, there
> is a slightly bit of vibration felt through the shift knob
> under certain condition, and there is a little bit of additional
> rumble when I make the engine rev at exactly 1450rpm (felt
> only when car is stationary and in neutral), but these IMHO
> is picking nits. The car is soooo quiet, docile and smooth,
> I guess it makes people notice such small things.