brett at pdikeman.ne.mediaone.net
Wed Feb 14 22:38:53 EST 2001
I just noticed that, at very slight throttle, revs can sometimes
drastically vary; during the pulsing/surging(which happens for several
seconds or longer, and has a cycle of probably 2-3 surges/sec) the tach
needle visibly wobbles.
I do also have significant drivetrain play, which I've mentioned to the
list before with no responses. I can, with the car jacked up on one
wheel, rotate the wheel something between 1/4 to 1/8th turn before I hear
various clunks along the drivetrain and things lock up.
I can't possibly believe this is normal in audis or any other cars. I've
been considering trying to find a shop that specializes in drivetrain
repair to go over the entire system from the clutch back.
On Wed, 14 Feb 2001, Kevin Phillips wrote:
> Is that an immediate jerk or a second or so later ?
> My 10V does this along with a little surging, plus I have alot of slack in
> the drive line.
> Makes them clunky as hell in town.
Brett Dikeman Systems Engineer
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(formerly CFN[formerly iClick, Inc]) 914-872-8100(fax)
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