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Fiesta 1.4 tdci jerking 65mph

Travelling along at 65mph and car starts jerking not violently,filters and normal maintenance carried out,also in all gears at certain revs

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SOURCE: car won't start after changing the fuel filter

you might have to just crank it when you change the filter it has to fill it back up so keep tryin and spray some ether in the intake if it starts you just not gettin fuel yet

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SOURCE: 2001 accent transmission problem

If you have a check light on then of course that would be your best bet to go to Autozone or elsewhere and have them pull the codes for you to try and give you a clear understanding. If the light is not on but the car just does like you are indicating sometimes, then in almost all certainty it is the transmission speed sensor. They are not all that expensive (I had a Kia before and I believe it was around $30). And they are not all that difficult to change out. engine-light-help.com gives some information on speed sensors and some checks you can do. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: my car is jerking while accelerating and reaching certain RPM

I would look for a fault in the ignition system such as a cracked spark plug. Might need a scope check to put your finger on the problem

Posted on Apr 06, 2009

SOURCE: Jerking and hesitation between 35mph and 65mph

Time to go get it diagnosed. Could be a tunup issue or cranks sensor or fuel pump. You most likely have a code stored to help diagnosing

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SOURCE: Peugeot 205 1.2 Junior, Slipping Clutch

see if thete is any adjustment left in the clutch cable if not then you will require a new clutch

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