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Opel 1.6 astra h model. car jerks at 2000rpm. what could be the fault

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    yadayada Feb 22, 2012

    This is listed as a 2001 Hyundai is that correct.

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Have you had the computer control module tested for fault codes? That is the very 1st step to diagnose any electronically controlled 3engine problem these days, numero uno!

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