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Transmission wiring harness

The transmission jerks when gear from 1 to 2. It is the problem of the TRANSMISSION WIRING HARNESS. Do I need to change the harness

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SOURCE: My 2000 Beetle is jerking when it changes gears.

when it jerks during gear changes it could be a couple of things.

First of all, check the fluid level in the automatic transmission.

Secondly, check the mounts for the engine that they're tight and secure and if they are then

Thirdly, ask the transmission shop if the torque converter is bad in it.

The torque converter could be locked up somehow causing this jerking and I wouldn't be surprised if the transmission shop lists a recall on it.

Actually, even if there is NO recall on it, tell the transmission shop that put the transmission in to check it out, and if possible rectify it under warranty.

I wish you luck in getting this fixed correctly.

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