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Jerking problem start while runing on Constant speed like 30 to 45 kmp. Its Vtech.

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IS it a 2.4l twin cam variable timing ,small selenoid valve at head corner near timing belt 2 bolt small gasket whith screen was busted and leaking not expensive I m not sure but easy to check. It was a 4 cyl Accord

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you need to have a code scan done firstthen tell us what code it is to help you better

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SOURCE: Hey, I drive a Honda Accord 2006. When I am

Assuming it is a manual transmission, the clutch might be playing up. If it is Auto transimssion then the governer is needing attention. Best to go to a transmission specdalist.

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