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I feel slight j*rk while accelerating, is it normal?

I have recently bought a used Honda accord 2005 from a small dealer.
The car give a slight **** while accelerating, a friend suggested that it might be normal as gears shift.
Iwant to know if there is any problem with transmission or its normal toexperience a slight **** when auto transmission shifts from gear 1 to 2and from 2 to 3.
This is the only problem, otherwise car looks to be in good condition. I have driven car about 400 miles in last few weeks. Dealer will say its normal so no point asking him.
I am doubtful of the car as the dealer sold me a thousand dollar cheaper than current market price, however i have 6 months warranty.

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If you have a warranty then take it to a transmission shop. There is no way anyone here could with certainty say the sound is normal or not. We would be guessing. If you wait the 6 months and it takes a dump your really going to be *******st.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

  • Ernset ( Skip ) Bouvette

    Hey by the way, I was also thinking that because this is a used car the age kinda says it may be time for a tune up. Do you know if the plugs have been replaced yet. Also it may be a misfire your feeiing,

    Just a thought.

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