Question about Dodge Ram Pickup 1500
When driving on the parkway, speeds of 60-75mph pushing down on the accelerator sometimes causes the truck to buck and sputter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bucking on Hard Acceleration
You best bet would be to look for the vacuum diagram and just take a day to make sure all of the lines to the engine and tranny are all correct. If its not it and while bucking the car feels like its going to turn off on you then it maybe a fuel delivery problem.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: jeep wrangler bucking
how long has this been happing..one tank of fuel or more, could have been bad gas, replace filter,, put gas dryier in fuel tank..if it continues could possibly be transmission related..the reving down doesn't sound like transmission though if tansmission was slipping it would rev up..good luck
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
Depending on miles, this could be a timing problem. Also you may want to change plugs, wires, fuel filter and clean fuel injectors.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
SOURCE: Transmission Bucks on hills
I have a 1990 Buick LeSabre with the 3800 engine. Recently the engine
has began to miss under mild acceleration. It is not just a misfire
where the spark plug failed; it is more abrupt.
when the engine idles it almost always acts like it the engine is misfiring and it is like the engine is actually kicking back every nowand then. From inside the car while idling, I can feel the same phenomenon. I kicks!
I am not sure where all of the notorious sensors are located and I not feeling like they are at fault. The only one that I feel could be the culprit is TDC sensor or and anti knock device if it has one. Of course it could be the ignition module, I guess.
What I am thinking is that if this engine had an old fashion distributor, it would be as though a cylinder ignited out of sequence or before the piston reached the point that is near TDC. Could it be probable that the the module allowed the spark to set off another cylinder sporadically? Does this motor have an actual distributor cap? Could there be a short between some terminals?
It is not valves because for short periods of time the "miss" will vanish.
The check engine light is not on!
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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