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My komco mxu 300 have ajerking motion wiles cruising not like a carb jerk more like a clutch or diff slipping ???

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SOURCE: when cruising go to accelerate and get a jerking motion

i just had same problem feels like transmission coming out i changed my pluges and it fixed it like 10 mins ago try that i had mine put on the machine at advance auto for free it told me i had a miss fire it will defently feel like transmissons coming ou hope it helps ken

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