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1996 bombardier grand touring snowmobile jerks while accelerating

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SOUNDS LIKE THE FUEL PUMP.TAKE OFF AND CLEAN

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Jerking when accelerating


we cant drive car, so jerking is not clear to a non driver.
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first off , ill guess there is no odd noises.
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engine jerks, does it only?
or transmission slips then stops slipping resulting in a jerk.

get it serviced, with persons that can drive and experience this live.

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