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I was driving down the interstate and it jerked when it got to 45-50 mph. i had this problem a few months ago and it was from getting bad gas and the spark plugs were bad surely it cant be that. any other ideas?

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Could be, if you don't know where you got the bad fuel. or if the tank was not removed and cleaned completely or the filter was not replaced.

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