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A Jumping or lunging problem.

I have A 1988 plymouth 2.2L reliant automatic. Whenever I put it into gear (Drive or reverse) it jumps or lunges forward (when I have my foot on the  break). Anything you can think of or offer would help. My email is "breadfan_griffinroyer@yahoo.com". Thanks.

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  • 1988car Oct 25, 2008

    No, but ill check and get back to you

  • 1988car Oct 25, 2008

    No, ill check and get back to you. thx

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    in reverse it goes like the emg. break was on in drive at the start it would jump and no real power

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Have you checked all your mounts to make sure none are broken?

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