DSG gearbox problem with Caddy van

My Volkswagen Caddy van has a side to side wobble as it reaches 4th gear of the DSG auto ‘box. The problem normally vanishes when I reach 6th, but gets worse during acceleration. Any idea what the problem could be?

Asked on 30 July 2013 by lovebug

Answered by Honest John
Might be a tyre, might be a driveshaft. But if this is a 6-speed DSG, it will have a wet clutch and need a fluid and microfilter change every few years or every 40,000 miles. I think DSGs get a harder life in Caddy vans because of the loads they have to haul.
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