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Diesel Engine stutters sligthly when pulling away

When pulling away from a standing start, engine stutters slightly, not a misfire

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How many miles....diesel is only fuel and air ...this can actually be a tranny issue also..did you get fuel recently ....open up the water petcock usually under the fuel filter on european cars...check fuel filter and air filter..is this a maual or auto ?

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SOURCE: kia sorento diesel engine

could be you have a few bad glow plugs or a relay for them or a bad glow plug controler. the glow plugs are basicly a direct short that creates heat that warms the air in the cylinder to aid initial start.they can be checked wiyh an ohm meter. remove the wire and place one lead on the wire connecter of the plug the other to a good ground.you should have good connectivity. if not replace the plug

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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