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**** while pressing or releasing the gas pedal

The gear shifting is normal but at times when i give acceleration the car jerks it only happens at times mostly when i press or release the gas pedal

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  • Steve Hart
    Steve Hart Jul 13, 2010

    Hello Do you have a check engine light on? Thanks

  • Steve Hart
    Steve Hart Jul 13, 2010

    do you have a check engine light?

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I have this same issue but no engine light

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