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Old July 23rd, 2018, 09:35   #16
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Could the studder be the regen?


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Old July 23rd, 2018, 09:48   #17
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Could the studder be the regen?


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I'd say yes, it could be that too. My car is all kinds of jerky during a regen. Even the short ones for the Nox regen add a jerk or two in terms of the smoothness of the power delivery. It also includes surging sometimes, which is in the OPs first comment. There are a number of normal reasons for everything the OP described.

With a gauge to monitor EGT, you can know for sure if a regen is causing the issues.
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I'm about 2500km into a new to us CPO 2014 Golf Wagon 6MT; we got it with 61,430km.



This week I am noticing a very similar thing at the end of the day when I start the car to go home. Only lasts for a block or so but last night I noticed it start to stumble/surge as I set the CC. It was enough of an oddity that I turned the CC off. Seemed to smooth out with my foot on the pedal, I kept on my way and resumed the set speed.


Haven't noticed at all in the mornings on the way to work where it's somewhat colder than days end.
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