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    Anyone any idea on this. Yesterday whilst out driving as I approached a set of traffic lights ( maybe about 4 car lengths from the lights ) I put the car into neutral and coasted to the lights ( before you all shout at me I never normally do this, I always make sure I'm in the correct gear approaching lights/junctions so can't remember why I put it in nuetral ) so anyway approuching lights foot off clutch pedal, in neutral and applying brake, just as the car comes to a stop the car starts juddering, but stops when car came to a stand still. As I didn't know what it was I tried it again at next set of lights, put it in nuetral and coasted to lights and again it juddered slightly. Any ideas ??

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    badly warped front discs, worn bushes, play in lower front ball joints, play in inner/outer track rod ends, wheel bearings, shocks/springs.

    check shocks: bounce the front and release, the car should settle within 3 bounces if the shocks are good.

    jack it up and pull the front wheel around, have check for play.

    check spring: have a look and feel of the springs for any cracks or breaks,

    check ball joints/bushes: play when you pull top or bottom of the wheel.

    check track rods: play when you pull the wheel from the sides.

    check discs: spin the wheel to see if it spins freely.

    just a few things to have a look for, hope it helps
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    Sorry I didn't explain very well. When the car began to judder the revs died a little too as if it was about to stall, then as car came to stand still the revs increased to normal. So defo engine judder. Sorry

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