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Stutters at take off
It may help to make sure you've looked around in all directions before starting your takeoff. This should force the loading of all object models and textures.
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Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to any kragen or autozone parts store, they will run the test for trouble code that turned light on for free, tell them u want an OBD 2 trouble code test, then post the code here.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
This is what you need to do, change the plug wires, because if there is a bad wire you would definitely experiences sputter or a stutter, so do the plug wires and at the same time do the spark plugs, this should take care of your problem. if not let me know and i will give you the next step
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Testimonial: "So far the car is working fine after I replaced the spark plugs and wires! Thanks so much!"
A week ago, on my Lexus ES 300 (2001), "Check Engine" and "Trac Off" lights came on. This coincided with me filling the gas tank to the brim to round the dollar to be paid. I cleaned the gas tank cap and the tank opening. However, both lights persisted. On the same day, when I turned on the car again, there was a hesitance, a stuttering to come on. Both "Check Engine" and "Trac Off" lights were still on.
The next day, the car wouldn't come on at all. It sounded as the battery was dead. I couldn't even jump start the car. So, I got a new battery from Costco ($59) and put it in. It took 15-20 seconds of cranking to get the car started. Once it was started, the engine sounded fine and the RPM normal. The "Check Engine" light was off. However, the "Trac Off" was still on. I cleaned the gas tank cap one more time.
The next morning, when I turned the car on, there was no problems. It came on instantly as it used to be, didn't have any warning lights, and drove smoothly.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
SOURCE: 1996 Toyota t100 check engine
What codes do you have?
You start with the check light issues first
I just parted with a truck, I had over 18 years with OE Plug wires,
one before 17 years ,and my current one, 20 years,I have owned it 27
Had one wire burn out near plug in 1990
Plugs never misfire by design,they do however wear the electrodes,
which stresses ignition modules
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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