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    Default 2006 vec c 1.8 vvt clutch judder

    hi,

    i know this subject about the clutch judder when pulling away has been

    on here loads of times before, but this is really driving me crazy.

    does anybody know what parts to fit that will cure this???

    ive fitted a new cluch kit but it still judders..... would changing the

    flywheel help???? i know ill need to pay for it as the cars out of warranty

    and vauxhall seem to think its only my car that has this fault as they say

    they havent heard of it before....

    surely there must be a fix for this????

    any help would be great.....

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    New clutch should have fixed it really, are you sure you got no grease, oil etc on it when you changed it? Mine does it all the time too, you can't pull away smoothly with it!

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    hi mucklestone yeah im sure theirs no grease or oil on it

    im at my wits end with it....

    i know im not the only one with this fault....

    somebody somewhere must know a cure for it....

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    there is a fix for other models with z16xep engine it is to replace flywheel and clutch together .corsa d suffers from judder as well they say its down to the material they use now .the only way to fix yours would be to do the lot again not cheap tho..

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    i dont mind too much spending money as long as its going be judder free

    at the end of it.....

    just wish vauxhall would admit they have a problem with this......

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott_vectra View Post

    just wish vauxhall would admit they have a problem with this......
    They have done, VX are fully aware of the problem with the 1.8vvt clutch judder. Unfortunately the man who knows who's buttons to press about this is no longer on the forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott_vectra View Post
    hi, i know this subject about the clutch judder when pulling away has been on here loads of times before, but this is really driving me crazy. does anybody know what parts to fit that will cure this???ive fitted a new cluch kit but it still judders..... would changing the flywheel help???? i know ill need to pay for it as the cars out of warranty and vauxhall seem to think its only my car that has this fault as they say they havent heard of it before.... surely there must be a fix for this????any help would be great.....
    can i ask, do you have the judder all the time, or does it disappear when the engines reached normal operating temperature?

    i only ask as i have had judder, albeit slight, on my 2004 1.8 (non vvt) which ive had from it being 15 months old. It goes away once everythings warm. i dont get any judder in the summer months either.

    have you checked the engine & gearbox mounts? might be cheaper & easier to eliminate them before taking the expensive route of replacing the flywheel if that doesn't sort it & you later find its the mounts.

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    Hi im having same prob with 07 vvt vec and will be taking it in for fly wheel and clutch im not totaly convinced that theres not a bit of software prob to cos most people say it comes back after a while I know for sure the ecu cant keep up with my feet lol and think that this makes it worse

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    ive got a 1.8 vvt 06 also but i dnt have this problem y dnt u try slipping the clutch abit more instead of just pulling it up?

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    ive got an 06 sri 1.8vvt, mine judders when cold but at normal temperature it seems to subside, not fully but it gets better, I contacted VX again like everyone says they dont wanna know, *******s! They told me to book it in and they will have a look, I asked and who pays for the inspection and guess what they said "YOU" Think I will get shut. Good Luck!

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