[Vwdiesel] vibration

paulr reichp at earthlink.net
Wed Aug 31 22:32:39 EDT 2005

It's not the famous "stuttering" problem, is it?
I had the same problem with my 2000 Golf.  I fixed
it by turning up the idling fuel quantity with the
Vag-Com program. (1.5 ml/stroke to 3 ml/stroke).

"Vibration" was worst when turning, and braking



mikitka wrote:
> I'm getting a real harsh vibration for a split second when ever I push the
> clutch in and come to a stop. It only last for a second or so and then idles
> fine. It is like the engine is going well below idle and then coming back up
> to idle.  I have adjusted the idle on the pump and that seemed to help but I
> don't want to turn it up more because it already seems to be on the high
> side for an idle speed. I noticed that it wouldn't do it if I kept my foot
> on the accelerator slightly as to not let it go all the way back to the
> stop.  Can I adjust that stop to keep it slightly up from where it is now?
> Will that hurt anything?  I always thought that was the idle adjustment but
> was told it wasn't. Just filled up tonight, diesel is at $2.79 a gallon now.
> Nick
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Paul Reich                Electrical Engineer

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