2019 Polo 1.0 Tsi vibration and idle shaking

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Viruz187
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2019 Polo 1.0 Tsi vibration and idle shaking

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Hi All.

Trust you are well and safe.
I'm a newbie and would like some advise or even a solution for what I'm experiencing.

I'm from Durban and own a 2019 Polo 1.0 TSI Trendline.
I've noticed that between 0 and 2000 rpm, there is a vibration on acceleration. This happens @ every gear. As soon as it's above 2000 rpm the vibration goes away.

I've taken the vehicle to the VW in Umhlanga and they checked everything and it came back as the vehicle is within spec and could not find a fault.

It's so annoying to feel this vibration at each gear change.

Also noticed that when the vehicle is on idle, it shakes Abit. It's sort of when you in the vehicle or outside with a hand on the vehicle you can feel this shaking. The starting up has no issues, it's just when it idles. I read somewhere it could be a bad spark plug.

Some advise would be really appreciated guys.


Thank you.
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im sitting with the same issue but on a 2005 polo 1.9TDI came here to find a solution
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Did you always have this issue or is it something new?

I thought I would get advise on the forum, but seems as my problem might be a unique one seeing as I haven't gotten any other responses.

Let me know if you come across any fix. I will do the same.
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Is it a manual or auto?
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Hi, yes it's a manual
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Hey, did you ever manage to find a solution to this?

Thanks
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Hi There

No i havent.

The professionals at VW umhlanga apparently cant see a problem. Actually looking at trading in and getting a different brand of vechile.
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Viruz187 wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2024 1:09 pm Hi There

No i havent.

The professionals at VW umhlanga apparently cant see a problem. Actually looking at trading in and getting a different brand of vechile.
Sitting with the same issue on my 22’ polo 1.0.

Multiple trips to VW and still no luck
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I actually got tired of the back and forth with VW. Just a waist of my time. You would think that these are professionals and they woul pick up the issue easily.
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Viruz187 wrote: Thu Oct 22, 2020 8:42 pm Did you always have this issue or is it something new?

I thought I would get advise on the forum, but seems as my problem might be a unique one seeing as I haven't gotten any other responses.

Let me know if you come across any fix. I will do the same.
When I was in dbn, I always preferred going to VW Weiss when i had a technical issue to look at instead of VW Umhlanga who didn't seem very capable on issues outside of normal services.

The good tech at VW Weiss was Henk, if I remember correctly, who then became the workshop manager/foreman. Also, always speak to the tech as the service advisors are mostly clueless
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Yeah these service advisors are clueless. Umhlanga VW workmanship is also questionable. They always end up damaging something.
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