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Old 01-19-2014, 01:11 PM   #1
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On my 2005 3.2, after I turn the car on and start driving, it can be really jerky (almost like a misfire) for a few seconds. After it's over, it drives like normal until I turn it off. No flashing check-engine light and no are logged misfires to the computer.

Has any one seen this and do you have ideas what might be occurring/can be done to fix this? Thanks!
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I'm actually now wondering if this is related to the issue. Can someone remind me how to look up the ECM version via the integrated display or VAGCOM?
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