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check the rpm and road speed when this happens . The cruise control will increase to keep RPM constant but as the road speed drops the auto may be shifting down and as the rpm increase it shifts back before the rpm adjusts. You can override a cruise control in this situation by simply pressing down on the accelerator to maintain the power setting and road speed and when the situation is passed and you take your foot of the accelerator the cruise control will return the system to the set position without you needing to do anything
1st-- squeaks-- when the breaks where replaced where the anti-radile clips put back in, if so dose squeak rear or front
if rear check spring kits
2nd-- jerks-- this could be drive train question dose ur engine seem to rev at all wen this is happening
goto an area where this is safe
driving at normal speeds put the shifter in neutral (this will NOT hurt it if you follow wat i say) now apply the brakes dose it **** if so problem is in breaks is not get ur trans looked at ''''''''''DO NOT PUT BACK IN GGEAR UNTILL U HAVE CAME TO A COMPLEAT STOP''''''' good luck
i know two things that could cause this is speed sensor and if it needs a tune-up, cylinder misfires cause it to be slightly underpowered therefore transmission doesn't have enough power supplied to it to function properly. change plugs, wires, air filter, clean maf sensor, and fuel filter not to mention better gas milage if you keep on top of maintenance. i would bet on the speed sensor if you have kept up with tune-ups
Are you using the correct grade of fuel. Manufacturers claim that a car will do 28 to the gallon. This is done under ideal conditions at a constant speed on a rolling road. Wind, hills, overtaking and tire pressures will decrease fuel mileage. Your car is ok. Don`t expect much more unless you want to drive at 56mph good luck
Lack of intake air? that's ridiculous. More likely the fuel pump circuit is losing run power, one circuit provides power in the crank mode the other in the run when the engine has started, likely cause of this issue is the ignition switch, not the key cylinder but the switch it operated.