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I have a 06 ford fusion 80,000 miles. recently I have had a jerking problem from the rear. The first time this happened I thought someone hit me from behind.

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I am only going to guess

You may have a bad EGR Valve,if it slams,bucks,etc,with the slightest amount of gas applied or won't go up any hill. Disconnect the vacuum lines to the valve,plug them and road test to confirm

I hope you have changed your trans fluid, at least twice in 80,000 miles (I used to own a trans shop)
Forget the TV Ads and owners manual,change it and flush the power steering,every three years,not more than 30,000 miles
Flush brake fluid ever two years.

If you still have problems, consider the Trans Solenoid Contol Pack,( remove trans pan to replace)
If the tach ever flairs up, and the shifts are not crisp,stop driving it immediately and change solenoids

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