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Ok Guys and Girls,

This can be the definitive thread to how to fix the 2.0 TDI
BMN / BKD engine judders / misfires at idle. Because I am so frustrated with this problem, I am going to find a solution!!!!!

The Car: Golf v 2.0 tdi GT 170 BMN engine

For the last several months I have suffered from the common
judder /misfire / strange idle problem.

VW diagnosed this problem as a Dual mass flywheel
malfunction. However the car was still driveable so I thought I would just live
with it.

My mpg has got so bad recently that it thought it was time
to get it sorted.

A new DMF, and guess what, the problem is still there. I
currently cannot achieve better than 31 mpg.

VCDS measuring blocks show that injector 3's flow rate is
completely off compared to the others so this is my next point of call.

I am going to remove the injectors and get them all tested /
serviced if needed than with new seals re-install them.

I need your help though people.

Has anyone got access / a copy of the correct repair manual for
this BMN engine regarding the injectors and the cam timing (which, after the
injectors is my next step)???

Russ
 

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Can anyone provide any clarification On whether the 2.0l injectors require setting up? Dial Guage etc.

Also part numbers of the injectors being W03G130073MX and the revised harness being 03G971033M

Russ


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Hi

Was low compression responsible for the judder issues?

How did you maange to pressure test your cylinders?

Do you think it was as a result of the porous head problem?

Did you manage to find a solution to the judder?

Sorry for the inquisition but like you the judder just wees me off.

I have a 140PS BKD Golf btw.

Cheers

Mo
 

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Have you had your injectors done by VW under the recall?
 
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