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Good morning, I brought a 206cc 2litre 3 weeks ago. Basically I reverse out of parking bay, then I'm at a junction so I go into 1st gear apply the handbrake, the car then starts shaking really bad gear stick shakes and the revs drop (sometimes cuts out) if I keep my foot on the gas it doesn't happen! I took it back to dealer and he charged me for new spark plugs! He said 100% that's the problem. So next morning start the car and I've still got the same problem! It only seems 2 happen everytime the engine has cooled down.. Please can you help. Thanku

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    ARESTI Nov 05, 2012

    one possibility on your problem are the valves which might be very tight and whiltst are cold starts easy. when they got a hot temperature dropped the compression and engine shakes and cut out. The other possibility is the fuel pump dropped the pressure when get some temperature. Ask a specialist to check thde compression ratio of your car first when is cold and secondly when is hot and after cut out.

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Has the shake stop soon as after the engine gets to the needed temperature or does it still shaking even after the raised temperature ?

Posted on Nov 03, 2012

  • Caroline Nov 03, 2012

    Hey, thanks 4 getting back as soon as the engine heats up it stops.. Normally lasts about 10/15 mins. Then if I don't use the car for another 4/5 hrs it's starts again.

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