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Unhappy Vibration/Power problem at certain revs.

Hi all,


Got a 2006 Trajet 2.0 CDI Manual.


Before I purchased it the car was sat around for 6+ months not started or driven at all and wonder if this could be related to my issues.


Basically the car has a vibration at roughly 1500-1700 revs in every gear. If you use barely any throttle going through this range you barely notice but the more throttle the louder stronger the vibration and it seems to struggle as if going up a hill. As soon as above 1700ish revs no problem at all.


I have zero vibration in either clutch pedal or gear stick and all gear changes are smooth.


The vibration seems to come from the top end of the engine area right behind the dash.
Also which I am guessing is related it seems pretty poor on fuel.... drinks it like a fish unless I am expecting too much from it lol



No engine lights at all. The only other issue is the ABS currently disabled by removing abs fuse as I need to fit a new abs ring as it is cracked.


A bit of a head scratcher. Have checked air filter which looks fine.


Appreciate any tips on what to check.
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Hi all, Got a 2006 Trajet 2.0 CDI Manual.
Before I purchased it the car was sat around for 6+ months not started or driven at all and wonder if this could be related to my issues.
Basically the car has a vibration at roughly 1500-1700 revs in every gear. If you use barely any throttle going through this range you barely notice but the more throttle the louder stronger the vibration and it seems to struggle as if going up a hill. As soon as above 1700ish revs no problem at all.
I have zero vibration in either clutch pedal or gear stick and all gear changes are smooth.
The vibration seems to come from the top end of the engine area right behind the dash.
Also which I am guessing is related it seems pretty poor on fuel.... drinks it like a fish unless I am expecting too much from it lol
No engine lights at all. The only other issue is the ABS currently disabled by removing abs fuse as I need to fit a new abs ring as it is cracked.
A bit of a head scratcher. Have checked air filter which looks fine.
Appreciate any tips on what to check.
Do you have the vibration while parked and force engine to 1700+ rpm?





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Thanks for reply.


No I have no issues of vibration while stationary in neutral.
It only occurs under load and in gear. I don't notice it in first gear but as the range from 1500-177rpm is VERY short in first I wouldnt expect to.
As you expect in every susequent gear change as 1500-1700 revs last longer then so does the vibration and is more pronounced.


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I would think you would fell it in the shifter if it were the transmission. Sounds like it's not a death rattle so drive it until it gets worse or you get used to it.

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Vibrations are very hard to diagnose but by logic:


small rpm band showing the issue
in every gear



chances are that the dual mass flywheel ist toast


Maybe the reason for this vehicle to be sold, since you're looking into a 2000€ bill then ...
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So, well, any news about this case ?
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