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I have the same problem.**** and slow to take off.

Though it was the transmission but I don't think so. Sure would like to have a solution, any help wouild be great

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  • odonnellkg Sep 15, 2009

    As you start from a stop it acts like in is spinning and then gets traction..but not that severe just a little jerking motion. There was no cel nor did the scan show anything.Its a hard thing to describe. It also feels like the trany is slipping as it is slow to acc. to a point then it goes greaqt. Dlr. says this is normal and designed to act this way.

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    Colin Stickland May 11, 2010

    what fault?

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These youngsters and there meters and electron gadgets ,Well from this old dinasaur that was taught how to white metal big end bearings ,i think that the problem is internal ,,,firstly check oil level with engine running select reverse and make sure wheels are chocked up well first ,if oil level is well up then from the description that you describe their could be a number of problems ,the torque converter is one possibility,the flex plate that bolts the torque converter to the crankshaft ,then their is the front clutch ,this could be worn or evan a oil way partially blocked to the operating piston for the front clutch ,To be truthful without driving it myself its difficult to diagnose from spain but i do feel its mechanical and not electrical because these cars have a computer under the passenger side floor that controls the gearchange ,

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Get your airflow meter checked,and the throttle position sensor.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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Perform a diagnostic scan to show problems-bring it to any auto discount store and its free of charge

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