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Shuddering on and off when going speeds above 40 mph

Shudders like running over rumple strips on road , shifts fine ,does this when up over 40 mph but not constant, have been doing some reading says it's the torque converter ,changed Transmission fluid and filter and added Dr Tranny lubeguard,still doing it

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Did you check your tires then check your tierod ends and let me know what happens

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SOURCE: car shudders at 40-55 MPH

How about the CV joint?? were they inspected for wear??

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SOURCE: 1992 dodge dokota sometimes on slowdowns or stops shudders

Try cleaning IAC valve (idle air control vale) might be dirty and sticking. Clean throttle body and all openings in throttle body inlet, then start truck and spray while running if still doing it replace IAC valve.

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SOURCE: 2002 Grand Caravan shudder

you more than likely have a bad solenoid. have a reputable trans shop change out the solenoid pack located on front of trans right behind the cooling fans

Posted on Apr 20, 2014

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