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Old February 25th, 2017, 11:03   #1
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Default BRM Shaking/Vibration issues

So I have made threads on this but I'm not convinced yet that it is solely the camshaft causing my issues if it is. I had a timing belt service done on my car in August and ever since then my car has some shaking/vibration at low and high RPM. At high RPM, it gets worse as the RPMs increase. I am wondering if there is a problem with something related to the timing belt service? I read the tensioner can cause these symptoms and was wondering if anyone else here had an input on it? Thanks.
- I am going to have my camshaft inspected for wear at my next oil change. -
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If the crank pulley was dropped during the timing belt change then that could cause vibration.
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If it's a dsg, listen to the flywheel, too.
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If it's a dsg, listen to the flywheel, too.
The dealer replaced my flywheel after this and it hasn't changed the noise
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If the crank pulley was dropped during the timing belt change then that could cause vibration.
I had the dealer verify the work and they said it was done properly. I spoke with Frank06 and he recommends I check my torsion value so I am going to source a OBDII cable and do that and I'll update this thread!
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