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Old 06-09-13, 08:34 AM   #1
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Default HDI engine Juddering on start/stop

I have a 58 plate 308 1.6 HDI with 50K.
when I start the car it judders excessivly for about 2 seconds, then runs fine.
when the car is shutdown the same happens (its almost like it is trying to keep going- reminds me of pinking on an old petrol engine)

anyone seen/ had the same?

thanks in advance.
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I have a 58 plate 308 1.6 HDI with 50K.
when I start the car it judders excessivly for about 2 seconds, then runs fine.
when the car is shutdown the same happens (its almost like it is trying to keep going- reminds me of pinking on an old petrol engine)

anyone seen/ had the same?

thanks in advance.
someone will correct me if im wrong but i heard something about part of the engine stopping oil from going back through to make sure the engine doesnt run of its own oil when shut down.

maby this has a fault?

Have you checked all your engine and box mounts? make sure theres no excessive play in them?

other than that mate i have no idea. my 307 hdi has a slight judder but not like that
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cheers Jack, I will look into that. engine mounts are sound.
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Sounds daft but try disconnect your MAF sensor and have a go. My car goes crazy when startin it with maf off but shuts down alot smoother. Also if the cars cold it will bounce. Or atleast mine has a fit when i first start it.

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Sounds daft but try disconnect your MAF sensor and have a go. My car goes crazy when startin it with maf off but shuts down alot smoother. Also if the cars cold it will bounce. Or atleast mine has a fit when i first start it.

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If it has a faulty MAF just replace it I did mine this week on my 407 and it was 42.60 fro carparts4less delivered to my door aswell for free
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