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Drives jerky, engine light goes on & off

Jerky when driving, engine light goes on & off.

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  • d-tease May 03, 2009

    Happended to me, darn thing didn't have any anti freeze in it??? at all ... strange thing it didn't over heat tranny fluid still looked dirty though.

  • boldad46 May 11, 2010

    Try changing tranmission fluid, use only recommended oil

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Had same type of problem and so did my father in-law. Was the electronic shift control module........

Posted on Feb 19, 2010

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