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Honda CRV automatic, jerky pullaway

2001 model CRV, 52000 mile, automatic, this car is jerky when moving off from a standstill. requires delicate and close control of gas pedal to make it smooth. Is this normal? Any suggestions?

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  • tahrussell Apr 30, 2009

    same with me! same car... what is it!

    tahrussell@gmail.com

    please let me know your solution,

    thanks


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