Honda Civic juddering at low revs

Our 2006 Honda Civic 1.8i has started to judder when pulling away at normal revs. It happens at 1500rpm (six miles per hour) but is not noticeable at higher revs. Does this indicate the clutch needs replacing or something else?

Asked on 12 December 2013 by qwerty1234

Answered by Honest John
I don't know if this has a dual mass flywheel, but the symptoms could be failing DMF or clutch. First make sure it's not something like a sooted up lambda sensor affecting the fuel/air delivery to the engine.
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