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My motor is still hesitates when im idling and accelerating

I changed my o2 sensor this morning and it didnt help my hesitation problem, im also having a problem with my transmission shifting, i noticed that right where my transmission connects to my crank there is a sensor there and there is transmission fluid leaking all over it could that be the problem and what is that sensor?

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  • mac_91806 Feb 01, 2009

    i changed my fuel filter and that helped it alot

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Sounds like crank sensor & yes that could cause problems. try spraying it & it's connector with contact cleaner, or similar safe for electrical spray cleaner.

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