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My car wont go over 2000 rpms or uphill then jerks if i try

My car starts fine but as soon as i drive up to 2000 rpms it jerks and acts like its going to stall but when releasing gas pedal it jerks back into gear.

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There is a sensor in the distributor that tends to cause this problem. The sensor is the called the camshaft position sensor and it is responsible for the ignition timing. If you have a timing light you can verify that the sensor is faulty by checking the timing while the engine is acting up. If the sensor is faulty, the timing will be erratic or just plain wrong. In many cases cleaning the sensor will correct the problem.

To clean the camshaft position sensor: Remove the distributor cap and rotor. This will give access to a metal plate that covers the sensor. Remove the screws the secure the plate and remove the plate. Inside there should be an optical sensor that you can clean using a spray type "Sensor Safe Air-Intake Cleaner". Eye protection is recommended when doing this.

Unfortunately, cleaning the sensor does not always fix the problem. In that case, the fix is to replace the distributor. Since the distributor is quite expensive and the problem could be something else, it is recommended that you use a timing light to check the ignition timing for any problems to confirm that the problem is the camshaft position sensor.

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SOURCE: 07 Altima Hybrid sputter and pre-stalling.

Take the care to the dealer, This car is easily still under warranty and can be diagnosed and repaired for free.

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SOURCE: clutch pedal sticks

it is the slave cylinder, just fixed that problem

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SOURCE: Car runs fine at idle but wants to surge

there is a fuel pump inside the tank that is bad replace it

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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SOURCE: when starting car the rpms jump up to 2000 then

its becouse the cars computer tries to heat its self for it not to work when it is too cold
so just leave it there for a while till the rpm go to normal




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Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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