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Hi,

When accelarating very lightly I get a slight judder through the car. It doesn't happen when 'giving it loads' ;) or on over-run etc, only when lightly accelarating. It's nothing steering related I don't think, feels more like transmission.

It's a 1988 Efi Auto. It happens pretty frequently on a journey, but not all the time.

Has anyone else had this problem and can anyone tell me what's causing it? Sorry it's a bit vague! I don't think steering, as the steering feels nice and tight and it happens when driving in a straight line.

Cheers,

Hugo.

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Hi,

When accelarating very lightly I get a slight judder through the car. It doesn't happen when 'giving it loads' ;) or on over-run etc, only when lightly accelarating. It's nothing steering related I don't think, feels more like transmission.

It's a 1988 Efi Auto. It happens pretty frequently on a journey, but not all the time.

Has anyone else had this problem and can anyone tell me what's causing it? Sorry it's a bit vague! I don't think steering, as the steering feels nice and tight and it happens when driving in a straight line.

Cheers,

Hugo.

Hugo

There should be a counterbalance on the front diff on all Autos is that in place? The counterbalance is a solid metal wheel about 100mm across

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