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If your Jazz suffers from CVT judder, please tells us what year the car was registered

2002
11 (7.6%)
2003
29 (20.1%)
2004
21 (14.6%)
2005
26 (18.1%)
2006
27 (18.8%)
2007
14 (9.7%)
2008
16 (11.1%)

Total Members Voted: 135

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Toby

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Re: Mk1 CVT judder
« Reply #120 on: September 09, 2016, 10:17:36 AM »
Just thought I'd share my experience here:

I have a 2008 MK1 CVT Honda Jazz. Bought 2nd hand this year. Soon after I bought it I noticed that it judders when pulling away, especially if I accelerate fast or up a hill. After reading this thread I put it in at a honda dealer to get the CVT fluid changed. They recommended a flush (change fluid 2x times) which cost 150. They said they did some kind of heating procedure in between the two oil changes (not sure of details). After the flush the judder is gone. Hurray!

Thanks everyone on this thread for sharing your experiences, without which I wouldn't have known what to do about the judder.

BobC

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Re: Mk1 CVT judder
« Reply #121 on: September 09, 2016, 12:12:59 PM »
Have a 2002, fitted new pack 2011 at 55,000 km by previous owner. Trace of judder at 85,000 but just drain and fill with CVTF seems to have eliminated. The garage slip routine seemed a bit brutal if avoidable.

Vassili

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  • My Honda: 1.4 LS CVT 2005
Re: Mk1 CVT judder
« Reply #122 on: September 27, 2017, 07:18:54 AM »
Hi Everyone,

I recently bought a Jazz 1.4 CVT from 2005 with 37000km(sorry 23000miles) and I also have a Civic Hybrid 2010 with CVT as well.

The Jazz had the judder and I flushed the gearbox with Honda CVT fluid.
First I drained the old fluid and refill with new. I did a test drive and the judder fell almost to 30% let's say.
Then I performed the ''stall test'', D+brake+2500revs for 10 sec etc..etc. From that moment judder was gone completely!

Went back home drained the CVT fluid again, and refill with new one.  ;D :D

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