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My Ford ikon 1.3 jerks while accelerating it is smooth as it attains speed I have changed coil, Spark plug wires spark plugs but problem remains as such, can you suggest me what to do

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SOURCE: 2002 Ford Focus

you will have to read the diagnostic code that the computer is sendig for the check engine light to activate

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SOURCE: engine cuts out on acceleration

could be the pump or injectors or both. while your at it check your fuel tank for rust dirt any thing.

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SOURCE: Spark Plug Wires -- 2000 Ford Focus ZX3?

two options just pull them straight up or they make a special tool that you can buy to do this. if you are going to replace plugs you should go ahead and do the wires at the same time.

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Engine jerking

Most probably u have a spark plug coil gone bad or a spark plug wires.
But if not then then go through the following:-
  1. Check fuel filter or clean system
  2. Faulty or incorrectly gaped spark plugs
  3. Defective spark plug wires .
  4. Emissions system components faulty.
  5. Low or uneven cylinder compression pressures.
  6. Check as described in
  7. Weak or faulty ignition coil(s).
  8. Weak or faulty ignition system.
  9. Vacuum leaks at intake manifold or vacuum hoses .
  10. Dirty or clogged fuel injector(s). .
  11. Leaky EGR valve.
  12. Fuel injection or engine control systems malfunction.
I know it is along list but going through them will make a peace of mind to know which area is week and which is faulty.
Hope this Helps.

Apr 05, 2014 | 2000 Ford Excursion

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My truck has kind of shutter to it upon acceleration then smooth out. Then at a steady speed between 45 to 50 mph bad shutter again. Cooler weather and cold start ups, speeds up and slows down when idiling...

it could be the coil pack, its one of the symptoms that can happen when they fail, if it has a crack or seal broken damp can get inside and cause it to not work properly.

Jul 07, 2017 | 2003 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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The problem: intermittently it hiccups, jerks and

check the spark plug wires. one or more may be bad . if you want to check it yourself get a spray bottle with water in it and spray the wires if you see sparks they are bad

Sep 06, 2013 | 1999 Mazda Protege

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Ford escape wont accelerate and jerks into gear

try checking fireing order of spark plugs sounds like some wires may be on the wrong plugs if this was helpful please give me a good review

Feb 23, 2013 | 2003 Ford Escape

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It stutters under mild acceleration, it smoothes out when accelerating hard

I would check your coil packs and plug wires. These newer motors even the spark plug gap will cause problems. Change your fuel filter. A easy way to check for misfires have your codes read but if there is no codes it has to be something simple like plugs or wires.

Feb 28, 2011 | 1999 Ford Expedition

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98 ford e 150 van idles in park fine. But when accelerating, hesitates and jerks. changed fuel filter, but still jerks.

Did you try changing plugs and WIRES!! wires are the most common cause of this problem, under load if you have a bad cracked wire it will "leak" the spark causing a weaker spark there for making your spark at the plug weak not burning the entire charge in the cylinder. If this still doesn't solve your problem being the cheap way (im sure it may fix it) try by changing your coil packs let me know what happens. If all else fails you may have a sloppy injector

Mar 22, 2010 | 1998 Ford Econoline

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My 96 bronco 5.8 stumbles on acceleration.

Did it spark well on all the plugs? Usually if you have no change in idle with two wires removed it needs a new set of spark plug wires. If it was cylinder 2 & 3 (side by side) then you should suspect a head gasket. Does the Bronco have multiple coils or a coil pack with multiple inputs? Are these two plugs hooked up to one coil?

Feb 11, 2010 | 1996 Ford Bronco

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1994 Accord ex 5spd strarts fine and revs smoothly but jerks at constant speed (not when accelerating or decelerating). New airfilter and spark plugs, problem remains. thoughts?

It is probably your throttle position sensor on your throttle body. I motorcycle had that same problem. It was a recall. Maybe honda can help in that regard

Aug 11, 2009 | 1994 Honda Accord

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Upon acceleration the car jerks then smooths out under heavy acceleration

Check engine light on? Most problem is spark plug wire breaking down. Replace spark plugs and wires.

Apr 29, 2009 | 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Car jerking at 45 mph

sounds like you might have a misfiring spark plug or faulty wire

Apr 05, 2009 | 1995 Chevrolet Lumina

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