I had the exact same issue with my 04 Jetta TDI Wagon. When I was at a stop light (engine fully warmed up) I experienced the same shaking. The dealer performed the EGR GAS COOLER replacement under warrenty and this apparently fixed the shaking issue. Not sure if they worked on anything else since the service ticked stated "replaced gas cooler". The shaking was bad and I could see the engine shaking so bad I could not read any of the labels on the motor. My wagon was totalled in an accident and now I drive a 2006.5 Jetta Diesel Edition Sedan. No issues so far (only 600 miles).fireice said:i have a 2005.5 and mine has been doing it since day one. it is not the fuel filter and it is not the fuel... fuel additives (stanadyne) does not fix it... turning on ac fixes it.
it almost feels like the car is running on 3 cylinders.
i would love to hear if somebody fixes it because sometimes it does shake pretty badly when stopped...
I think I see what you're talking about... But wouldn't that adjustment be for adjusting clearences, not injection quantity?ReverendVW said:It's not something laying around the engine bay. It's on top of each injector.