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Chevy impala 2000,Not all the time ,and more when it is cold.Transmission slipping more 1 and 2 ,but once it is warm it don't do hardly at all.

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Check the fuel pressure regulator. Its next to the throttle boby and has a vacumm hose connected.

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my 03 impala only jerks hard when the engine is cold or slightly cold. when its warm its fine. i never had it looked at before.

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First, verify the transmission fluid level is correct - look in the Owner's Manual for info. 2nd get a transmission fluid replacement - do NOT do a 'chemical flush' it could make it even worse....just have them drain out ALL the old fluid and put in new fluid. Shouldn't cost more than $100. If you have any Check Engine Lights or other unusual lights on, get those checked out, too.

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