I guys/gals. Let me bore you with my details. When I first had the car back in January 2010 I noticed if you hold your foot lightly on the clutch pedal it pulsates but it appears slightly less than engine speed, I'm presuming this is the dual mass flywheel. It does disappear as the pedal goes further down. In March I took it back to the dealer to be checked. They said it was normal on that engine because it has a dual mass flywheel. I wasn't happy so they fitted a new clutch under warranty, it still pulsates. A dual mass flywheel is supposed to reduce torsional vibration not increase it. I went back to the dealers a couple of weeks over this problem. Do you have a GTD demo available? I went out with the salesman to check it out. If you rest your foot on the clutch it feels normal no pulsating/vibration. We went over to my car and he started up and felt the clutch. Yes it does vibrate but you are better of talking to the service reception as they can advice you better. I talked to service and they said I would have to book it in so the technician can check it out. I took it back that morning for the check. I was with him when he checked my car. Yes that normal its the dual mass flywheel that does that. Well how come your demo GTD doesn't do it? I don't know it should do. He took it to the workshop to plug in the VAG-COM and no faults were found. The service receptionist said see how it goes and if it gets any worse bring it back and they will investigate some more. I have a friend at work who has a 2.0 TDI (140) and is doesn't do it. We also have a student with a 2.0 TDI (170) and his doesn't do it. I've posted the same question on other VW forums and the responce is mixed, some say it does and some say it doesn't. Are there any TDI owners on here either 140PS or 170PS its the same engine that their clutch pedal pulsates/vibrates?