I wouldn’t say there is a conflict here either? From your thread what your are suggesting is that there is an issue with DSG gearboxes but that your engine is fine.Blue 30 wrote: ↑Wed May 29, 2019 9:42 pmGuys... I didn't start this thread topic to be diversery let alone to cause any conflict between forum members.
But being as I had read all pages of the 'Roo' topic, it was clear that some DSG owners were saying their cars were lumpy/jerky on cold pull always. Hence why I said it was a known phenomenon !
And that's what my 1.5 dsg car does too.
And even with the few replies so far under this heading it appears some others agree. In my case, having recently had the software upgrade done, with VW customer service watching over. I have requested that they log my observations of the still evident cold start pull away jerkiness. They have done so.
What you do, is up to you.
Whilst that may be the case, in the ‘roo’ thread, both DSG and Manual gearbox owners have experienced the hesitation (more so it seems the manual owners) , some even after the fix has been applied. The problem there though is with the engine management software not the DSG gearbox.
Hence why we are saying there is no known DSG issue that you refer to, the problem being still with the engine management software fix either not having been applied or not having worked.
Taking the engine out of the equation for the moment, if there was a known DSG issue then that would affect all owners across the VAG range with DSG gearboxes - and from what I can see there are no general DSG issues being reported.
I think your issue more may be that the ‘roo’ software fix applied by the garage hasn’t worked in your instance, and that it is the engine, not the gearbox still causing your problem. I have read elsewhere (can’t remember if on here or not), that VAG group are working on a secondary update due for release in a few months, but whether there is any truth in that I don’t know.
So no conflict - all we are saying is don’t discount that any software update you may have had hasn’t worked.